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Netting Aquarium Fish the RIGHT Way!

December 11, 2021 | By Eric Nadon

Fluval Conservation Ambassador Oliver Lucanus provides tips for catching aquarium fish safely!

Many species of fish – including catfish, loaches and some tetras – have barbs and spines on their bodies which can easily become caught in fish nets. In order to help prevent this from happening, use a cup or a bucket to transport these species, or your hands if you feel comfortable doing so. If a fish does become trapped in a net, leave the net in the aquarium and give it a chance to escape on its own. If the fish cannot free itself, use a pencil or a similar object to detach the net from its barbs or spines. Always wear gloves to avoid being cut!

Oliver’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/amazonbelowwater

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