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RNN Episode 131 – Tank Size Selection Pt.2

RNN Episode 131 – Tank Size Selection Pt.2

Coral rising, a talk with the Whale and Tank Size Selection Pt.2. Jeremy added two new rock stars to his systems, a Swallowtail Angelfish and a Blonde Naso Tang. Peter got in some new amazing coral and has started dealing with some pests. All this and more on episode 131 of The Reef News Network! Listener Coupon Codes: Marine Depot 10% off your order REEFNEWS Reef Kinetics – $50 off ReefBot RKLOVES Show Watch 2020 Show Watch 2020 Greater Niagara…

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Scientist In Australia Discover New Coral And Spot A Rare Rhinopias In Comprehensive Deep-Sea Study

Scientist In Australia Discover New Coral And Spot A Rare Rhinopias In Comprehensive Deep-Sea Study

For the very first time, scientists have been able to view the deepest regions of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The team from the Schmidt Ocean Institute discovered five undescribed species consisting of black corals and sponges, and recorded Australia’s first observation of an extremely rare Rhinopias. Using a remotely operated underwater robot to […] Source

Checking out the new TFT Wholesale Facility and Learning how to Pick Healthy Fish from the Pros

Checking out the new TFT Wholesale Facility and Learning how to Pick Healthy Fish from the Pros

For this video, I wanted to share a trip I took a few months ago to check out my friends at T.F.T Distributors’ new facility in Weston, Florida. First of all, huge thanks to T.F.T for allowing me to come in after hours to shoot this quick footage. I went there to meet up with my friends John Miller of Mad Reefer, Chris Portale of The Fish Store, and Shane Lafrenere of 247 Aquariums and while we were there, I…

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Waterbox Aquariums Introduces The New Marine X Series

Waterbox Aquariums Introduces The New Marine X Series

Waterbox Aquariums has redesigned their popular MARINE series aquariums to create the MARINE X with new features aquarium hobbyists will love. New features include glass overflow with removable weir teeth, dual returns, and a sump filtration system. The MARINE X series was designed with entry-level aquarium enthusiasts in mind. Each MARINE X series model includes […] Source

20-Gallon Fish Tank: Our Top 5 Choices

20-Gallon Fish Tank: Our Top 5 Choices

If you want to get into the fish keeping hobby, a 20-gallon tank could be the ideal size starter aquarium for you. A 20-gallon fish tank is big enough to accommodate a decent range of species while being small enough to maintain easily. As well as fish, you can keep invertebrates, too, including African Dwarf frogs, shrimp, and snails. However, there are literally dozens of 20-gallon aquariums to choose from, so where do you start? In this article, we review…

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Electric Blue Hap (Sciaenochromis Ahli) Care Sheet

Electric Blue Hap (Sciaenochromis Ahli) Care Sheet

The electric blue hap is one of the most popular species of cichlid due to the piercing blue coloration of the male fish. These fish aren’t any more difficult to keep than most other species of cichlid and make a great addition to a Lake Malawi-themed freshwater system. However, they don’t turn up too often in the aquarium trade and are often mislabeled as one of their close relatives. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about…

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Sea Anemones Develop New Tentacles Depending On How Much They Eat

Sea Anemones Develop New Tentacles Depending On How Much They Eat

The more they eat the more tentacles they grow, so get feeding your anemones today! Until now it’s been unclear what regulates the number of tentacles a sea anemone can grow. Scientists from the Ikmi group at EMBL Heidelberg have shown that the number of tentacles on a sea anemones is determined by the amount […] Source

Looking for a story to sink you can sink your teeth into?For 35…

Looking for a story to sink you can sink your teeth into?For 35…

Looking for a story to sink you can sink your teeth into? For 35 years, our dedicated Aquarium veterinary and animal care staffers have peered into the mouths of nearly 800 otters during routine physical exams, scrutinizing upwards of 24,000 teeth. That’s an otter lot of smiles! See what they’ve learned in a new study published by Aquarium scientists and research partners.