Cork fish commonly found in lakes, swamps, rivers, and channels water to the rice fields. These fish prey on a variety of small fish, insects, and various other water animals, including tadpoles and frogs.
Snakehead fish often flood carried into the drains around the house, or into the fish rearing ponds and the mites that prey on fish, pet fish there. If the rice fields, ponds or ditches dry up, the fish will be able to move to another place, or when forced, will bury themselves in the mud to the place back running. Because these fish are often found ‘walk’ on land, particularly in the evenings in the dry season, look elsewhere still juicy. This phenomenon is because the cork has the ability to breathe directly from the air, using a sort of labyrinth organ ( such as the catfish or betok ) but more primitive.
During mating season, males and females work together to complete a nest of vegetation near the water’s edge. The fry red orange black striped, swim in groups traveling together ever come here for food. This young group nurtured by its mother.
The Benefits of Snakehead fish or Channa striata
It is known that this fish is very rich in albumin, a type of protein is important. Albumin human body needs every day, especially in the healing process of wounds. Provision of fish meat protein extract cork or has attempted to increase the levels of albumin in the blood and help cure some diseases.