The History of Arowana
Asian Arowanas are considered "lucky" by many people, particularly those from Asian cultures. This reputation derives from the species' resemblance to the Chinese dragon, considered an auspicious symbol. The large metallic scales and double barbels are features shared by the Chinese dragon, and the large pectoral fins are said to make the fish resemble "a dragon in full flight."
Breeding Arowana
Arowana fish spawn once a year. Maturity generally ranges from two to four years and during that process the fish will be paired up to produce eggs and sperm. The fertilized eggs will be collected by the male fish which will be incubated in the mouth for two months before they can be released, which is when they can swim on their own. Planet Arowana intensified efforts to raise three types of quality arowana with its technology and R&D.