TIGER SHOVELNOSE CATFISH (wild caught)
Tiger shovelnose catfish is a species of shovelnose catfish that is common throughout the Amazon and parts of South America. Their name originates from their flat rounded heads, which they use like a shovel to dig in the substrate for various food items. In the wild, the Lima shovelnose catfish spends much of its time moving about the bottom of rivers and tributaries looking for small crustaceans and fish species to consume. Please with your state laws regarding which fish are legal to keep before purchasing. Any fish ordered that are not allowed in that state will not be shiped and we will charge a $100 fee before refund. For more info check our returns and refund section on your website.