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Extatosoma tiaratum, prickly stick

The Giant Prickly Stick Insect, also refferred to as Macleay’s Spectre Stick Insect, is a large stick insect from Australia and New Guinea

stick insect, Phasmatodea - Extatosoma tiaratum

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Extatosoma tiaratum

Giant Prickly Stick Insect (Extatosoma tiaratum) - as the largest known stick insect, it reaches lengths of 20 centimeters. It is covered with large thorny spikes which double as camouflage and defensive armor.

Aulonocara - African Malawi Cichlid  Such a pretty fish, for being a fresh water variety. They also can live in brackish water as well.

Aulonocara - African Malawi Cichlid Such a pretty fish, for being a fresh water variety. They also can live in brackish water as well.

African Cichlids are fish found in Three lakes in Africa; Malawi, Tanganyika and Victoria. The Victorian Species are less numerous and usually less colorful than the others. These fish usually grow to about six or seven inches long, with the exception of the Frontosoa Species, which grow to about twelve to fourteen inches in length. Fortunately, these fish are freshwater, and easy to raise in a home aquarium.

African Cichlids: cichlids is pronounced “Sick-Lids." African Cichlids are fish found in Three lakes in Africa; Malawi, Tanganyika and Victoria.