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The Hitchhikers Wrecked Havoc

Saltwater aquarists might not consider shrimps as a deadly being but here’s an article to warn you of their not-so-innocent nature. On the other hand a sea food lover too may not like this a lot but here comes fact. The commonly known as the smashing species of the mantis shrimp can attack by the edge of their calcified claw… [Read More]

Biofluorescence Found In Fishes Too

Scientists from the American Museum of Natural History along with a team of biologists have researched on the biofluorescence nature of fish. The glowing nature has a reason to it and that has been found out and explained. The process of how some animals, corals and jellyfish absorb light and emits it in various colors of neon in dark has… [Read More]

An Escape Into the Reverse Aquarium – Poseidon Undersea Resort

One of the most awaited aquariums of the world, which has already been added amongst the most amazing aquariums, will be soon open for visitors. Poseidon Undersea Resorts was a proposed chain of underwater five-star resorts. The first is to be located on a private island in Fiji. The project is to be the world’s first permanent one-atmosphere seafloor structure…. [Read More]

Gulfstream Tropical Mag-Float Aquarium Cleaner

Gulfstream Tropical Mag-Float Glass Aquarium Cleaner is a revolutionary magnetic aquarium cleaner that floats around making it unique and effective. We are not promising that it can replace your manual cleaning process or vacuuming the dirt off but this definitely is a product that can keep your aquarium shining for a longer time after you have put in all the… [Read More]

Favites Monticularis is a New Species of Stony Coral

Favites monticularis is a marine species and Genus Favites, the Family Merulinidae. It can be further characterized as in the Order Scleractinia in the Subclass Hexacorallia. It forms part of the Anthozoa Class, which is part of the Phylum Cnidaria that is in the Kingdom Animalia. The coral specimen was sampled from off Shibpur, Diglipur, North Andaman by SCUBA diving…. [Read More]

Hundreds of Baby Reef Octopi Born at North Kingstown Aquarium

Pearl, a reef octopus, native to the Caribbean, laid around one-hundred fifty and two hundred eggs at the center last year. Many of them hatched over the weekend. It’s the first time this has happened at the center in its twenty year history. Pearl laid eggs in her tank at the end of November and took care of the egg… [Read More]

Coral Chemical Warfare With Seaweed

        Scientists investigating the chemical warfare that takes place on Fijian coral reefs have found that one species of seaweed increases its production of noxious anti-coral compounds when placed in contact with reef-building corals. The study was published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B and it shows that as this seaweed competes chemically with the corals,… [Read More]

Coral Reef in Palau Thrives in Acidic Waters

One of the main, and overlooked, aspects of pumping over 30 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is ocean acidification. As carbon dioxide levels go up in the atmosphere, greater amounts of carbon dioxide are absorbed by the ocean. They combines with H2O and a Carbonate ion (CO3) to make 2 bicarbonate ions (2 HCO3), pushing the acidity… [Read More]

Red Sea Maxx C series of Aquarium

        Red Sea’s all-new MAX C-Series coral reef systems combine modern elegant design with fully featured REEF-SPEC lighting, filtration and circulation systems. The REEF-SPEC design supports the needs of the most delicate SPS corals without the necessity for additional equipment, making successful reefkeeping easier than ever before. The Red Sea MAX REEF-SPEC performance criteria is the result… [Read More]

Hypanea Pannosa – The New Algae And a Good One Indeed

The year 2014 begins with the introduction of a new species in the reef aquarium world. This time it’s an aglae and yet we are happy about it since it’s a good chap this time. Blue Hypnea (Hypnea pannosa) is an iridescent blue ornamental algae. Though similar in appearance to Ochtodes sp. algae from the Caribbean, this species originates from… [Read More]

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