How to take care of a red tailed black shark

My Sim has maxed out fishing skill and the Loves the Outdoors trait. In particular, the Red-Tailed Black Shark is driving me nuts. She's been using fish as bait and fishing at the Willow Creek park pond as recommended but no luck whatsoever after several days of fishing.

Common name: Red Tailed Shark, Red Tail Black Shark, Red Tailed Labeo, Fire Tail

Like the other members of its family, the blacktip reef shark is , though the details of its life history vary across its range. Its reproductive cycle is annual off northern , with mating taking place from January to February, as well as off in , where mating occurs from November to March. The cycle is biennial off Aldabra, where intense competition within and between species for food may constrain females to only bearing young every other year. Earlier accounts from the Indian Ocean by Johnson (1978), Madagascar by Fourmanoir (1961), and the Red Sea by Gohar and Mazhar (1964), indicated a biannual cycle in these regions with two breeding seasons per year from June to July and December to January. If accurate, the shorter reproductive cycles of these subpopulations may be a consequence of warmer water.

Oct 21, 2016 - Red-tailed black shark (Epalzeorhynchos bicolor; syn

We breeding and export red tail black shark for aquarium fish from Thailand . Wearing a silvery coat of metallic-sheen scales and tall black-edged fins, the bala shark has enlarged eyes and reduced barbels (which are pronounced in the red-tail, rainbow, and black sharks), which are tell-tale signs that this animal is a visual, midlevel hunter that preys upon fish fry, swimming invertebrates, and small amphibians. These fish seldom take vegetative matter.

Tail of a Black Tip Shark - Carcharhinus limbatus

Wearing a silvery coat of metallic-sheen scales and tall black-edged fins, the bala shark has enlarged eyes and reduced barbels (which are pronounced in the red-tail, rainbow, and black sharks), which are tell-tale signs that this animal is a visual, midlevel hunter that preys upon fish fry, swimming invertebrates, and small amphibians. These fish seldom take vegetative matter.

The Nearly-Extinct Redtailed Black Shark, Epalzeorhynchos bicolor.


The Red tail shark is very popular in freshwater tropical aquariums. It is very beautiful with a vibrantly red tail that contrasts against a pitch black body. The intensity of the coloration can indicate how well your Red tail shark is doing in the aquarium, since a diseased or stressed Red tail shark often develop a more dull and listless coloration. If you care for your Red tail shark, it can live up to 15 years.The red tail shark is also known by its scientific name, Epalzeorhynchos bicolor. The word bicolor is because the red tail shark has a black body with a red tail. Interestingly enough, these “sharks” are freshwater fish which used to be found in the streams of Thailand. It is a fresh water fish and are actually a species of carp, not shark. They were actually declared extinct in the 1970s, but small populations have been found here and there. The Red Tail Shark (Epalzeorhynchus bicolor) has a black body with a red tail and sort of resembles a shark (hence the name). It is best to keep one Red Tail shark in your tank because they will become very aggressive and territorial towards each other when kept in multiples. Avoid the temptation to keep them with a Rainbow Shark or other Red Tailed Sharks.A perennial favorite, the Redtail or Redtail Black Shark,Epalzeorhynchus bicolor (don't try saying this fast out loud with amouth full of chips!) is a largely likeable minnow (family Cyprinidae)that does well in a fairly wide range of water conditions and tankmatemixes. However, like all species, its use does have limitations. Thisfish can grow quite large and become feisty with its own andtoo-easy-going fishes... particularly ones with long fins and slowmovements. Placed with medium temperament and/or fast fishes thisproblem is solved but for one last common difficulty with mostminnow-sharks: Their penchant for launching themselves out of theirtanks. This is also easily solved by making sure you have a completecover over the system. Other than some mix of green and meaty foods andregular water changes, Redtail (black) sharks are a gorgeous additionto medium-aggressive freshwater fish tanks.