ⓘ Category:Fish of Malaysia

Giant mudskipper

The giant mudskipper is a species of mudskipper native to the tropical shores of the eastern Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean where it occurs in marine, brackish and fresh waters. It is most frequently found along muddy shores in estuaries as well as in the tidal zones of rivers. It lives in a burrow in the mud and emerges from the burrow at low tide on sunny days. It can move quickly across a muddy surface and is capable of breathing both in and out of water. The giant mudskipper can grow to a length of 27 centimetres TL. This species is of minor importance to local commercial f ...

Syncrossus hymenophysa

Syncrossus hymenophysa, commonly known as the tiger loach, tiger botia or green tiger loach, is a species of freshwater fish in the loach family Botiidae. It is native to fast mountain streams and large rivers, over soft substrates and often near submerged boulders and fallen trees, in Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra. Unlike most loaches, S. hymenophysa is very aggressive, especially when food is added to the tank.


ⓘ Fish of Malaysia

  • freshwater fish in the world, and its status urgently needs reevaluation in parts of its endemic range. Freshwater fish of Malaysia Freshwater fish in the
  • seasonings. Fish crackers can be found in Southeast Asia and East Asia. However, they are more varied and commonly found in Indonesia and Malaysia Next to
  • Malaysian cuisine consists of cooking traditions and practices found in Malaysia and reflects the multi - ethnic makeup of its population. The vast majority
  • Fish Leong simplified Chinese: 梁静茹 traditional Chinese: 梁靜茹 pinyin: Liang Jìngru, born 16 June 1978 is a Malaysian singer. Having sold more than 18
  • salting and fermenting the bonnet mouth fish Budu sauce  a well - known fermented seafood product in Kelantan, Malaysia as well as Southern Thailand. It is
  • wildlife of Malaysia is diverse, with Malaysia being a megadiverse country. Most of the country is covered in rainforest, which hosts a huge diversity of plant
  • Fish moilee or fish molee meen molee is a spicy fish and coconut dish of possible Portuguese or Indian origin. It is common in India, Malaysia and Singapore
  • East Malaysia the Sulu Sea is a biodiversity hotspot, with around 600 coral species and 1200 fish species. The unique biodiversity of Malaysian Caves
  • Valaga According to some folklore in Malaysia the descendant of a person called Tok Kaduk cannot eat and touch the fish because the legend says that a long
  • islands while Seychelles mainly exports canned tuna and fish to Malaysia Several Malaysian companies have invested in the island such as the Berjaya
  • Fish balls are a dish in China, notably popular in southern China, Hong Kong, Macau, as well as in parts of Southeast Asia, and among the overseas Chinese