Arowanas are massive freshwater fish which have bony heads and elongated bodies. There are ten distinct types of arowanas: four can be identified in Southeast Asia, 3 in South America, two in Australia, and 1 from Africa. Recognized as the “King of Tropical Fish”, these fish are large – the South American arapaima (also identified as pirarucu) can increase up to 8.2 toes (2.5 meters) in size, Creating it 1 of the biggest freshwater fish on the world – and are able of carrying out extraordinary feats that handful of other fish can match.


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