While most people don’t consider cheese a particularly healthy food, cottage cheese has developed a reputation as healthy over the years.
Traditionally, cottage cheese was created as a way to use up the leftover milk after making butter. There are many foods available for your betta that can be bought at your local fish store or cultivated at home.
One of the most common mistakes people make with their betta is either overfeeding or underfeeding their fish. A good rule of thumb at feeding time is this… A betta’s stomach is about as big as his eyeball and should not be fed more that amount at a time. Fish pellet or flake food containers often say “Feed what your fish will eat in 5 minutes or until he stops eating.” This DOES NOT apply to bettas. Size: The maximum size of these animals can be 4-6 cm lengthwise (from the top of the mantle to the tip of the arm). Rings and Patches: They are typically covered with 50-60 blue rings along the dorsal and the lateral surfaces of the mantle. Tentacles: Like other octopuses, they have four pairs (8) of tentacles attached around their mouths. Skin (Mantle) Color: Yellowish to bright yellow skin with bluish to bright blue rings or lines (depending on the sub-species).
The BRO mainly dwells in the temperate waters of the coral reefs and in the tide pools, at a depth varying from 0-20 meters (or sometimes 50 meters). Three distinct species of the ‘Hapalochlaena’ has yet been confirmed, with a fourth type still being researched.
Greater Blue-ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata): Found in the tropical waters of the Pacific Ocean that can weigh between 10 and 100 grams. Southern Blue-ringed Octopus or ‘lesser blue-ringed octopus’ (Hapalochlaena maculosa): Found along the southern coast of Australia, they grow up to 20 cm and on an average can weigh around 26 grams. Blue-lined Octopus (Hapalochlaena fasciata): This species is found between southern Queensland and southern New South Wales in the intertidal rocky shores and coastal waters at a depth of 15 meters (49 feet). Hapalochlaena nierstraszi: This species was first described back in 1938 from a single specimen from the Bay of Bengal. They are bottom dwellers, inhabiting sandy and silty areas, and would even live inside empty sea shells, discarded bottles, and cans.
The female octopus lays only a single clutch of eggs in her whole lifetime, with the clutch containing of about 50-100 eggs. Blue-ringed Octopi are immune to their own The venoms of other pygmy octopi are also not potent to these creatures.
Other than the lethal weapon of their inbuilt poison, the octopus can camouflage itself with its surroundings as an effective defense mechanism.
These animals have not been declared as ‘endangered’, but it is generally considered as threatened due to its loss of habitat.
Generally, rings are not visible (or are very faint) when they are at rest, but shows up especially when agitated. The creature has two poison glands that release two different types of poison in their saliva. A blue-ringed octopus holds enough poison that is potent enough to kill 26 adult humans within minutes. Besides dolphins, the blue-ringed octopi are the only non-humans that enjoy the act of sex.
The act of copulation continues until the female has had enough, and in most cases, the female needs to use its force to pull down the over-enthusiastic male.
Male blue-ringed octopus displays homosexual behavior attempting to copulate with both the males and the females, and of all sizes. Whether it’s the cottage cheese and grapefruit diet, or just another way to get extra protein in your diet, it’s been around for quite some time.


Since most of the fat was removed in the butter-making process, the result was a low-fat, high-protein skim milk. Some foods are marketed as “For Bettas” but could cause digestion problems due to indigestible fillers and low moisture content.
In the wild their instinct is to eat as much as possible because they don’t know when their next meal is coming. The term blue-ringed octopus does not merely refer to a single species, but a genus of species that are marked by bright blue circular patterns. Some subspecies are also found in and around Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Philippines, and Indonesia and as far west as Sri Lanka. Though paler than the other species, their blue rings turn brighter when they feel threatened.
They hide in crevices or under rocks during daytime for gaining protection, and emerge at night. The mating ritual of these creatures begins with the male approaching the female and caressing it with its modified arm – ‘hectocotylus’. However, they grow very rapidly and are able to hunt for their own foods within a month’s time.
The criss-cross patterns of fibers that have built up their muscles enable them to squeeze through extremely small spaces, rock cracks, etc. At this time, the brown patches darken extensively while the iridescent blue rings appear and pulsate within the maculae. One type is primarily effective against its prey, while the other is extremely toxic, which they use against predators for defense. There can be two possibilities: either the poison is expelled through the saliva into the water or else, the octopus itself bites its prey or predator. However, interactions between the males are most often shorter that ends with the mounting octopus withdrawing its modified arm without struggle or packet insertion. Toucans are the members of Ramphastidae family and are the inhabitants of South Americaa€™s tropical rainforests though they are recognized worldwide.
It is kind of a polarizing food item; one person loves it as much as the next person hates it. However, many people choose to follow a more Primal version, which includes high-quality dairy such as grass-fed milk and cheese. For most people a yellow jacket sting just causes a welt and temporary pain, but their sting can cause allergic reactions to people sensitive to this venom. Despite their apparent gentle nature, these small molluscs are known to be one of the most venomous and dangerous sea creatures on the planet. Mainly recognized as an Australian species, they are widely spread around the southern part of New South Wales and South Australia, and northern Western Australia. The main motto of changing its body color is to exhibit its toxicity and warn predators and attackers. They pounce on the prey and invade it with by its tentacles and pulling it towards their mouth. After this, the male would climb onto the female, and at times would completely cover up the female’s mantle and obstruct the latter’s vision.
It dies soon after the hatchlings come out, since it does not consume any food during incubation. They are sexually matured and active within a year and are able to mate by the following autumn. These types of birds are closely associated with the American barbets.With their unmistakable appearance of large-sized colorful beaks, toucans can be easily recognized. These days there are lots of different kinds of cottage cheese, made from different milks, and in a variety of different styles. For those of you who can handle casein and lactose, you’re in luck: cottage cheese is primal!


These pellet foods absorb water and expand in the fish’s stomach 2x or 3x their original size. An adult blue-ringed octopus is of the size of a golf ball, but if provoked, they can bite attackers, including humans. The modified arm is then inserted into the oviduct of the female and spermatophores are released. The ink sacs present in the other octopi exist in the juveniles of the species, but the sacs greatly reduce in size, as they grow older.
You can even make your own cottage cheese at home using skim milk, rennet, and a bacteria culture.
Some bettas react badly to them, often suffering from constipation, bloating or even swim-bladder disorders. A single bite might lead to partial or complete paralysis, blindness, loss of senses, nausea, and resultant death within minutes, if left untreated. The bright colors of toucans offer a natural camouflage to these birds when theya€™re roosting within the fruit-trees. However, be sure to go for grass-fed dairy if you can find it, or try to buy organic dairy if you can afford it.
If you’re unable to feed your betta anything but dried food, you should soak the pellets in a glass of tank water for about 10 minutes before feeding them to your fish. Ask around for local dairy farms, or stock up on Straus Creamery dairy products when you’re in California. Look for yellow jacket nests during the day, because you can see them flying in and out, but destroy nests at night, when they are dormant and all there. This will give the pellet a chance to expand to its full size before your fish ingests it. As with any betta fish food, do not overfeed and if you notice significant abdominal bloating, reduce the number of pellets fed or switch to live or frozen food.
They are primarily found in South America south to northern Argentina in the tropical and montane rainforest. One species is endangered while the other three are Near Threatened.Physical CharacteristicsThey seem to possess the most brightly colored plumage along with the prominent unusually long bill. Toucans when threatened come out of the cavity to see off the predator in the open, if at all.
The long bill helps it to pluck berries from the branches without leaving in a perch.The toucana€™s bill is also necessary for the social life and in the pair formation.
Besides, they also use their bill to see other birds off their abandoned habitatsa€”especially those whose nests they raid. However preferably they take flight in loose groups and toucans are not so social as other birds.Large toucans are not good fliers. By doing so, they occupy less space and as it turns out toucans sleep five or six together in rotted hollow tree trunks or in abandoned woodpeckera€™s holes.Toucans are diurnal and they produce many different calls all of which are melodious.
The lowland species gather in huge flocks in the breeding season when fruits are scarce.Feeding Ecology and DietToucans are active foragers in the forest canopy. Insects also form the essential part of their diet and this includes crickets, spiders, cicadas, and termites. They hold larger lumps of food with their foot and tear it apart with the bill.Reproductive BiologyThe average clutch size consists of two to four elliptical white eggs. The feathers do not grow until after a month of their birth.The young will open their eyes after when three weeks old. Reply Giselle April 15, 2014 at 4:01 am Very good but maybe put something that tells u about what they drink and what do the babies drink and eat when they are babies.



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