Perth’s Aquatic Marvel: Dr. Dulana Herath of PASES Aqua Nets World’s Longest Goldfish in Suburban Lake

Summary:

In a surprising discovery, Dr. Dulana Herath, a biologist in Perth, Western Australia, has reeled in what is now considered the world’s longest goldfish from a suburban lake. The remarkable find took place recently, showcasing the diverse aquatic life in unexpected locations. The record-breaking goldfish has captured the attention of both the scientific community and local residents alike. To learn more about this fascinating discovery and the biologist’s achievement, check out the detailed article on WA Today. Dive into the depths of this extraordinary story that sheds light on the hidden wonders within our own backyard.

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Dr. Dulana Herath (or Dean)<br/><small>Managing Director / Biologist Phd, Bsc, Certs</small>

Dr. Dulana Herath (or Dean)
Managing Director / Biologist Phd, Bsc, Certs

Dr. Herath runs the overall business and is mainly involved in larger projects, consulting, training and mentoring staff. He has a PhD in Biology and has a track record of academic publications at Curtin University of Technology, but soon discovered that running a business related to his field was his true passion. Dulana has diverse knowledge in a range of biological disciplines, and is extremely passionate about creating and restoring aquatic ecosystems, designing natural pools and ponds, and promoting native fish-keeping which he has specialised in his pond shop in Cockburn Central.

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