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The Signal Goby’s Mesmerizing Mating

Anna and Ned DeLoach at never fail to astound us with their photos and videos on their tropical adventures. In this video Anna recounts their observation of an endearing pair of Signigobius biocellatus breeding in the silty muck of Papua New Guinea. Not only fun to watch, this fish has some pretty inquisitive reproductive behavior. Signigobius biocellatus feeds by… [Read More]

Tagging a Great White Shark

Steven Spielberg’s 1975 hit “Jaws” made great white sharks into new, horrifying icons. And though they keep to themselves and within their zone of hunting with other fishes and seals, they became depicted as man-eating monsters that could become a threat to humans at some point of time. After this movie, began the era when these sharks were hunted on… [Read More]

AquaMaxx Synergy Plus 2-Part Calcium & Alkalinity Supplements

AquaMaxx Synergy Plus is concentrated and ionically balanced. This calcium and alkalinity supplement work synergistically to help maintain and stabilize the calcium, alkalinity and pH levels in your aquarium. The `Plus` being the inclusion of iodine, strontium, bromide, boron, trace elements, and a high amount of magnesium, this formulation will help to boost the growth of your corals and ensure… [Read More]

Seattle Aquarium to Feature Art Exhibition In Spring 2014

The Seattle Aquarium is the ninth largest aquarium in the U.S. by attendance and among the top five paid visitor attractions in the Puget Sound region. Since our opening, we’ve hosted over 22 million visitors and provided marine conservation education to over 1.6 million school children. We’re proud to be accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. In 2007,… [Read More]

Reef Fish Find It’s Too Hot to Swim

        Summer days are tiring and all you want to do is play around idle. A team of researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University has shown that ocean warming may make some large reef fish feel the same way. Global warming has adverse effects on corals is a… [Read More]

New Coral Species Ctenactis Triangularis From Andaman Islands, India

By the end of 2013 we have a unique and new species of coral recently described. A new species of scleractinian coral Ctenactis triangularis in the family Fungiidae has been described from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This species has a triangular arm shaped corallum with the mouth extending along all three arms. Septal dentition is long, cylindrical, equally sized… [Read More]

Good News for Coral Reefs Amidst all the Bad Effects

          We have constantly been hearing how a number of factors are playing together to harm the coral reefs around the world and bringing a majority of coral species under the threat of extinction. We here is a recent news that claim pollution from agricultural fertilizers and sewage can save corals. High levels of nitrogen and… [Read More]

Tung Choi Street in Hongkong is an Aquarist’s Paradise

        The Tung Choi Street in Hong Kong (Kowloon side) is the ornamental fish street widely famous for the most species of livestock and aquarium products. There are hundreds of ornamental fish and accessory shops, almost everyone specialized in certain fish groups like goldfish, Nishikigoi (koi), South- and Central American fishes, Malawi-Tanganyika fishes, Asian fishes or just… [Read More]

Sicce LED fixture – The Game Changer in Reef illumination

SICCE entered the LED lighting market with sophisticated style and proven results. Instead of using the high-output diodes found in most LED units, these new fixtures imitate natural sunlight by incorporating a profusion of low power white LEDs and high output blue LEDs for great penetration and uniformity of light. The lamps are mounted on printed circuit boards and are… [Read More]

Club Paradise Resort Houses Marvelous Reef for Divers

          Club Paradise Resort is centrally located in a known Scuba Diving area of Palawan, Philippines. The reef surrounding the island, known as the Housereef is a preferred site because of easy access and its abundant fish life. Next to this reef is a known feeding ground for green turtles and the dugong (sea cow). A… [Read More]

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