Several years in and Biota Palau, together with its distribution arm Biota Aquariums, is quickly becoming one of the most progressive aquaculture enterprises in the aquarium hobby. Bringing us desirable captive bred fish such as Coral Beauty angelfish, mandarin dragonets, clown triggerfish, and most recently Borbonius anthias, Biota has a very unique approach to the species they breed, and how they breed them.
We’ve done a small part to shine a light on How Coral Beauty Angelfish are made, and checked out the very nice Biota Aquarium facility in Florida, but if you want a better overview of the entire operation their newest promotional video really brings it home. In addition to culturing desirable ornamental species, Biota Palau is also working with local authorities to culture fish for restocking local reefs, such as bumphead parrotfish and delicious rabbitfish.
A massive thank you to Mike Fox, Paul Unique and Oceania TV News for all the help and patience in getting this production together. Biota has been working on this for some time and could not have made it such a great translation of the work we do without this help! Enjoy!
Posted by Biota on Tuesday, January 16, 2018