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This one is not a mural but an installation: a mock pet supply shop, filled with animatronic creatures like a rhesus monkey and would-be creatures like fish sticks swimming in a tank. The Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill, as the green awning reads, is Banksy’s first official exhibition in New York, his representatives say, and it will be open to the public daily through Oct. 31.
Fish are living beings, not artwork, yet some fish breeders “paint” fish by injecting fluorescent dye into their bodies or alter their genetic makeup to make them more attractive to buyers. Pet shops, discount superstores, florists, and even online catalogs sell “decorative” (Siamese fighting fish) in tiny cups or flower vases. The fish often live in just a few ounces of water, which isn’t enough to turn around in, much less swim in.
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DEAD FISH!! BACK TO THE PET SHOP! - YouTube
Animal-welfare activists and local pet-shop owners fear a wave of interest in tropical fish and the possible decimation of key species after the June release of Disney Pixar's "Finding Dory."Go on any major aquarium fish forum and you'll notice a lot of disdain for some of the major pet stores and fish stores. This is disturbing on several fronts. The major chains seem to be popping up all over the place, displacing the smaller Mom and Pop shops who simply can't compete with the larger chains because of the discounts they get from bulk purchases and more streamlined operations. One of the major drawbacks from this trend is the knowledge that is being lost at the point of sale. We need a poll on this, but we'd be willing to bet that if given a choice between purchasing from a Mom and Pop local fish store or from one of the major chain pet stores, most would choose the Mom and Pop shop.After spending the beginning of their lives in cramped tubs, fish are sold to , pet stores, and bait shops. Many will be forced to spend the rest of their lives in tiny bags or bowls, which don’t give them the space or oxygen they need to be healthy.Sierra Fish & Pets has been offering friendly knowledgeable advice to our customers for over 40+ years and continue to gain loyal customers with everyday low prices and our professional pet advice. If you are ready to provide your pets with the very best in pet care, then Sierra Fish & Pets is your one stop shop for ALL your pets needs. We welcome you and you’re pets to our family! SFPI went by the Petco and Petsmart to look at fish for sale today here in Kingman AZ. Many varieties to consider, I'll probably get some fresh water tropical fishes, as I'm just not confident enough yet to try a salt water fish aqaurium. I have for now a Fluval Chi 5 gallon fish tank, just a catfish and small ghost shrimp in it. I'm thinking of setting up a 55 gallon tank, quite a jump in aquarium size. Pets Mart and Petco have different fish, well, some are, I'm just not sure which pet store is better. Yeah, one dead fish you see at the end of the fish video, from the Pet smart fish dept.
I'm glad that these pet stores are in town, otherwise it would be only Walmart. There wasn't much to choose from there at the Walmart Fish Department, and it looked like they don't care for the fish that well.
Not sure which of the 50 states you can find these pet shops, possibly in all fifty states here in the United States? In Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin WyomingFish are commonly infected with non‐tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM), which should be regarded as potential pathogens when handling aquarium fish and equipment. This study examined 107 aquarium fish from pet shops. Cultivation of the fish samples using different selective media was conducted for identification of NTM. Isolates were identified using the GenoType Mycobacterium common mycobacteria and additional species assays, sequencing of the 16S rRNA and rpoB genes, and real‐time PCR assay for identification of Mycobacterium (M.) marinum. Among the investigated fish, 79.4% (85/107) were positive for mycobacteria, with 8.2% (7 of 85) having two mycobacterial species present. Among the positive fish, the common pathogens M. marinum, Mycobacterium fortuitum (M. fortuitum group) and Mycobacterium chelonae were identified in approx. 90% of fish and other NTM species in 10%, including Mycobacterium peregrinum/septicum, Mycobacterium gordonae, Mycobacterium arupense, Mycobacterium kansasii, Mycobacterium ulcerans and Mycobacterium setense. The well‐known human pathogen M. marinum was present in 10.6% of the positive fish (9 of 85). The species of mycobacteria identified in the study are not only recognized as aquarium fish pathogens, but can also cause pathology in humans. Microbiological and clinical communities should therefore be sensitized to the role of NTM in infections associated with exposure to aquarium fish.