A video has emerged on YouTube showing a baby zebra in a plastic cage in a water tank in the UK.
The clip was filmed by a couple at a water park in Birmingham and uploaded on Monday.
It shows the fish being put into a plastic box and then placed into the water, with the video caption: “This is what happens when you put zebra fish into a water box.
You can’t see the fish because the plastic cage is covering it.”
Zebrafish are found in the wild in parts of Africa and Asia.
They have been used as pets for centuries, but their numbers have fallen over the past decade due to overfishing, climate change and habitat loss.
This was the first video to appear on YouTube in 10 years, according to the Independent.
The video’s creator, Mike Molloy, said the water tank and cage were filled with a mixture of fish, algae and plants.
“I’ve used fish and algae for many years.
The water was too warm and too murky, so I made it a fish tank,” he said.
ZeeBees have been popular pets in the past, but now they are being pushed to the brink of extinction in the United States, with a decline in the number of zebra-like fish in the oceans, said a statement on the zoo’s website. “
The fish were kept in a very small tank and the aquariums were filled by a tank full of fish.”
ZeeBees have been popular pets in the past, but now they are being pushed to the brink of extinction in the United States, with a decline in the number of zebra-like fish in the oceans, said a statement on the zoo’s website.
The aquariums at Zeebees aquarium in New York City, pictured in April 2016, were among the first to receive a $10 million gift from a local zoo.
The zoo’s founder, Richard Shanks, said he hopes to revive zebra species from the brink by donating the zebra to other zoos around the world.
Zebra is one of more than 60 species of freshwater fish.
The Atlantic zebra is the largest species, weighing up to 1.6 tonnes, while the American zebra, which is native to South Africa, is smaller at 1.1 tonnes.
The zebra has been spotted in New England, New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The fish has also been seen at the zoo in Germany, France, Italy, Sweden and the Netherlands.