• 00:49

    Aqua Alex and William T Monster Fish Sound-off: Monster Catfish!

    in Hobbies

    On this episode of Monster Fish Soundoff here on Aquatics Euphoria,  Alex and William T will be discussing Monster Catfish! Many of the catfish seen in the fish hobby get huge! We will be discussing these catfish on this show, along with their care requirements and why you should avoid them at all costs. Plus we will discuss what it will take to keep them in an aquarium and much more!

    Species we will be mentioning are: Red Tail Catfish, Tiger Shovelnose Catfish, Oxydoras Niger Catfish, Marbled Pim Catfish, Lima Shovelnose catfish, Electric Catfish, ID Shark catfish, and much more!


  • 00:38

    Monster Fish Monday: Monster Catfish

    in Pets

    On this show, we are debuting a new series for Mondays! Every Monday we are going to do a show called Monster Fish Monday where we will talk Monster fish! This week, we are going to be talking about Monster catfish! Catfish are a very unqiue fish in the fact that they have whiskers and they can smell things in the water. Some catfish can grow to over 3-4' feet in length while other catfish don't get past 3''. We are going to talk about the MONSTER catfish on this show!!! There are many species of Monster catfish and I am glad to talk about them! Alex is a big fan of catfish, and he loves cats. Notable species for this show include: Megladoras Irwini, Oxyadoras Niger, Red tail catfish, tiger shovelnose, and more! Feel free to call in at 347-989-8142 with any catfish questions, share your favorite monster catfish and why, and more! www.blogtalkradio.com/aqua-alex

  • 00:33

    I will be discussing the PICTUS CATFISH

    in Pets

    The Pictus Catfish is a memeber of the antenna catfish group and usually has a pale to gray body with a black spotted pattern. The pectoral fins are serrated, so it is recommended that a glass bowl or cup be used to capture the fish rather than a net.

    As one of the more peaceful fish that adds beauty to your aquarium, the Pictus Catfish can be housed with any soft water tank mate. Care should be taken when adding small fish to the aquarium as they may become prey to the Pictus Cat if they are able to fit them in their mouth. Tanks with dim light that are heavily planted are ideal for this fish. Rocks, caves, and driftwood also aid in providing an optimal environment for the Pictus Catfish. In the wild, this fish grows a bit larger than in the aquarium setting, but a minimum of 70 gallons is recommended for proper housing.

    These fish are an egg-laying catfish that are very difficult to breed in an aquarium setting.

    The Pictus Catfish will feed on left over flake food that accumulates at the bottom of the tank. In addition, small live food and sinking catfish pellet food should be provided for complete nutrition.

  • 01:00

    Monster X with Shane Corson and Gunnar Monson

    in Science

    Join Monster X Radio hosts, Shane Corson and Gunnar Monson for an open discussion about their favorite topic-Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti, Swamp Ape whatever you want to call it/them.

    Listeners are encouraged to call in to discuss their personal experiences and ask questions of the hosts.

    The call-in number is (347) 326-9859

    Gunnar is the lead investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Group and lifelong Bigfoot enthusiast.

    Shane is also a member of the TFTG as well as a member of The Olympic Project.  He also is a host on the popular podcast Cryptologic Radio




  • 01:02

    Monster X Radio with Shelly Covington-Montana of Cryptologic Radio

    in Science

    Join us for Monster X Radio as we talk Bigfoot with Shelly Covington-Montana of Cryptologic Radio. Shelly describes herself as "just a simple girl from Texas". She loves the wilderness and is always seeking to learn about wildlife and the great mysteries that exist. Shelly has traveled extensively around the U.S. meeting interesting people and learning about different ecosystems. You can listen to Cryptologic Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. Central right here:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cryptologic

  • 01:30

    Monster X-Kipp Morrill: Live from Kippistan

    in Science

    Join Monster X hosts, Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they sit down with Bigfoot Researcher and self-proclaimed "Bigfoot Baller" Kipp Morrill.  Kipp is a wildland firefighter by day and Squatcher by night.  He has also held positions with the USDA Forest Service as well as well as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 

    Last fall Kipp trekked to Justin Smeja's "kill site" in the Sierras in Northern California and spent several days searching for the ever elusive Bigfoot. We'll be asking him what he found on trhis trip and what his views are on the future of Bigfooting.  Sure to be a fun and entertaining show.


  • 01:41

    Life in The Amazon Episode 3: Amazon Catfish

    in Pets

    On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be doing his 3rd episode of Life in the Amazon. We have already learned about the Amazon river, we've learned about Piranhas, pacus, and silverdollars, now we are going to learn about the various catfish that live in the Amazon. There are plenty of catfish species that live in the Amazon and we will discuss them all! From Monster Catfish to dwarf catfish to Armored Catfish to Parasitic Catfish we will discuss all the catfish that live in the Amazon!

    Some species we will mention include Plecostomus, Corydoras, Red Tail Catfish, Oxydoras Niger, and more!

    Call in at 1 347-989-8142 to join the chat!

  • 01:00

    Monster X Radio with Anthropologist Cindy Caddell

    in Science

    Join Monster X Radio hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson Sunday December 14th at 4 p.m. Pacific as we talk with Bigfoot researcher and anthropologist Cindy Caddell. Cindy is currently assisting Les Stroud with his upcoming Survivorman Bigfoot episodes. Cindy is a BFRO investigator and has interveiwed several witnesses in that capacity. She is also a founding member of The Tillamook Forest Research Group as well as a member of The Olympic Project. We'll get her perspective on the Sasquatch phenomenon.

  • 01:00

    Over The Monster Episode 118: James Shields, Projections, Starters, Mookie

    in Baseball

    It's been a while but we're back. In this episode of the OTM Podcast, we discuss the latest rumors and notes concerning your favorite Boston Red Sox. Though I did get the number wrong. It isn't the 113, it's the 118th, so sorry for the confusion.

  • 02:01

    Author & Monster/Ghost Hunter Robert Robinson

    in Science

    Join us as we welcome Robert Robinson to the show. Robert is the author of the book, Legend Tripping, and a monster/ghost hunter. Robert and his family are legend trippers. Together they go look for Cryptozoological monsters (Bigfoot, Nessie, Mothman), UFOs, Ghosts and Lost Treasures.Robert has been very active lately searching for the elusive Skunk Ape in the Florida swamps.

  • 01:08

    Catfish Corner: Discussing Corydoras Catfish with Lynn Mathney

    in Pets

    On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex welcomes back Aquatic Wetline's own corydoras breeder Lynn Mathney to the show. Lynn loves being on the show and loves discussing corydoras. 

    On the show tonight, Lynn will be discussing how she breeds her corydoras catfish, how she raises her corydoras fry and then she will tell us about the toxins in corydoras. Plus we will discuss bandit corydoras, and more! This will be a fun show.

    Have questions? call in LIVE at 347-989-8142 dial 1.

    Happy Thanksgiving 2014!

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