ECHO WishLand is an incredible product that is truly amazing. Simply put the breed soil into water and you will have your own live fish. They're educational and fun for the whole family. Perfect for home school or in classroom teacher projects.
The type of fish will grow is commonly called Killifish. It is a type of rare and high-grade ornamental fish, which originates from several places around the world. It can be sold at high price per fish, in the market today, and the price can be even higher for some rare species of killifish. Each breeding soil contains as many as 12 eggs per bag.
Have you ever experienced an unimaginable moment when you see a small baby fish jumps out from its fish roe (fish eggs)? You will feel great gratification when you see these baby fish become gorgeous ornamental fish. You can even breed Killifish yourself!
Breeding soil with 12 killifish eggs
2 Clear containers
Brine shrimp eggs
The origin of Killifish fish
A killifish is any of various tiny, oviparous (egg-laying) cyprinodont form fish (including families Aplocheilidae, Cyprinodontidae, Fundulidae, Profundulidae, Rivulidae and Valenciidae). All in all there are some 1270 different species of killifish, the biggest family being Rivulidae, containing more than 320 species. Although killifish is sometimes used as an English equivalent to Cyprinodontidae, some species belonging to that family have their own common names, such as the pupfish and the mummichog. The name killifish is derived from the Dutch word "kilde", meaning small creek, puddle. Most killies are small fish, one to two inches (2.5 to 5 cm). The largest is under six inches (15 cm), but only a few species are this large. Striped killifish tend to live from a range of 10 months to a year and a half. Killifish provide food for wading birds, aerial birds and some ducks. Fishers also use them as bait while fishing and other recreational fishing games.