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Adding Butterflyfish to Reef Tank

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        The colorful and vibrant looks of the Butterfly fish is remarkable and adding them amongst the colorful corals will no doubt augment the overall appearance of the aquarium. However, the common reef compatibility problem and doubts lead to the belief that they are not so reef safe and hence ignored in these tanks. Some of them… [Read More]

The MagnaFuge LED light by Innovative Marine

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The nano fanatics at Innovative Marine are bacxk with their pre-MACNA product announcements with one more addition to their Auqa Gadget lineup. The MagnaFuge LED light fixture is a refugium light for the all-in-one Nuvo aquariums. It is mounted straight to the back of the tank via neodymium magnets, and after a little peeling off of the black film, lights… [Read More]

Giant Ocean Tank at New England Aquarium

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The Giant Ocean Tank at New England Aquarium has undergone a complete makeover and is ready to thrill the visitors with a modern look. The Aquarium has just completed a renovation that has renewed its main building to the core, and the iconic Giant Ocean Tank has undergone a top-to-bottom, 21st-century transformation. Today the new exhibit has more than 2,000… [Read More]

Amusing Crustaceans

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If you think the cleanup crew of a reef tank contains mostly skunk cleaner shrimps and blood shrimps in the category of crustaceans, here is something to give you a second thought. There are many enchanting and vivid little creatures that go disregarded even to the trained reefer. It is very important that a reef tank must provide habitat to… [Read More]

Welcome The New Coral Reef Species From The Gambier Islands

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The remote and poorly studied Gambier Islands, French Polynesia, has surprised scientists with a new coral species, Echinophyllia tarae, the occurrence of which is yet not credited to any other place. Echinophyllia tarae dwells in protected reef habitats and was found between 5 and 20 meters depth. It is a zooxanthellate species which usually grows on dead coral fragments, which… [Read More]

The Blue Planet – Denmark’s New Aquarium

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The Blue Planet” is the name of Denmark’s new aquarium, which opened to visitors in spring 2013. The Blue Planet is northern Europe’s largest and most modern aquarium, with a spiral design which is only one of its kinds in the world. The Blue Planet is home to 450 different species and 20,000 fish and other aquatic animals, which include… [Read More]

Blue Reef Aquarium – You New Touring Destination

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          For all you reef fans if you are looking forward to an educational cum fun outing with your friends or family, blue reef aquariums are perhaps the right place for you. They are located at four different locations and you can consider the one that is nearest or closest to your convenience; Hastings, Newquay, Portsmouth,… [Read More]

Books on Aquariums

      Fish keeping has been a popular form of recreation for decades, and it continues to grow in popularity as new equipment makes aquarium upkeep easier. There are many amateur aquarists who might want to gather knowledge about setting up an aquarium before actually doing so. For this, some of them might consult the seasoned ones or surf… [Read More]

African Clawed Frog As An Aquarium Mate

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        Those who prefer amphibians over fish in their jar or tank aquariums, African clawed frogs could be a good option. [google_adsense_in_post] Scientifically known as genus Xenopus laevis, the African clawed frog is the only frog with clawed toes. Its name is derived from the three short claws on each hind foot, which it uses to tear… [Read More]

Substrate in Your Aquariums

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[google_adsense_in_post] While choosing a substrate for your aquariums, you have to keep in mind various things like water chemistry, well-being of the inhabitants and the aesthetic appeal of the reef tank, which varies accordingly. It depends on the type of aquarium; you want to keep—fresh water or saline. The primary function of a substrate is to increase the good bacteria…. [Read More]

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