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Heiko Blessin guests on my-fish talking about the JBL expedition to Colombia

Photo by Matthias Dieux

Our expedition leader, Heiko Blessin, knew no more than the next person about Colombia. But when he heard from Wolfgang Steack (cichlid expert) that it has altum angelfish and cardinal tetras in clear (black) water there, one thing was clear - we’re going! So we diligently researched and planned. Last year the time had come for the JBL expedition to Colombia to begin. The demand was so great that we travelled to Colombia not once, but twice ( Expedition 2022 Colombia I Colombia Expedition II ).

Clear jungle rivers, many interesting fish species, indigenous villages, breathtaking landscapes, pure adventure and much more awaited the participants of the expedition. Heiko Blessin tells you about this unforgettable trip to the exciting and beautiful land of Colombia in the new my-fish podcast. Dive down with him beneath the surface and be inspired!

© 08.03.2023

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