The ultimate caramoon-loving party?
It’s the one for the bookish, but not the one that is in your heart.
Caramoor is a native of Indonesia that’s been introduced to Australia in the 1800s.
Caramaros are small, freshwater fish that live in freshwater marshes and estuaries, making them ideal for the tropical climate and temperate climate of Australia.
They can be found throughout the country, ranging from the Northern Territory to the Sunshine Coast.
A few species are more commonly found in the Southern Highlands and far north, but they’re also found in a few small towns.
The name ‘caramoor’ comes from the combination of the two words caram (to swim) and marra (tree).
They’re often referred to as a ‘sea of caramons’ due to the fact they are a diverse group of fishes that live both in the ocean and on land.
What are some of the benefits of caramaros?
There are two main benefits to caramos.
Firstly, they’re quick to breed and can produce a lot of offspring.
They’re also very docile and can be kept in captivity for years at a time.
Secondly, caramaro have a highly competitive mating system and it’s easy for the female to mate with a male.
This can mean the couple are separated for years before returning to the ocean.
Caramoor’s are very easy to care for and can often be kept on a rock substrate with a tank of water, sand and rocks.
There’s also an aquarium available if you’d like to create a caramaroo house.
Do you have any tips for finding the perfect spot for a caramaroo party?