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The largest aquarium in South America, Acquario Ceará,  is expected to open its doors in 2015. While this unique design and location may be enough for a cool story, there is an even more intriguing story behind the aquarium. The aquarium will be built in Fortaleza, Brazil, in hopes of driving tourism on the heels of

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Reefapalooza New York is the second franchise in the world famous marine aquarium conference begun by the Southern California Marine Aquarium Society. Earlier this year the World Wide Corals crew brought Reefapalooza out of California for the first time to have an amazing event in their hometown of Orlando. For such a big metropolitan area,

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The Nuvo Fusion Nano 10 and 20 gallon are two new sizes of aquariums from the aquarium industry’s all-in-one trailblazer, Innovative Marine. The two new nano sizes of Nuvo Fusion aquariums bring the same sense of style and functionality to the 10 and 20 gallon volume as the original Fusion Aquariums brought to the 40, 60

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We have returned once again to do that podcasting thing that has become our habit. This week we talk about MACNA, Christine’s Project Oceanology trip, tools you should have, plumbing, and “vacation fish.” Download the podcast here, or subscribe to … Continue reading

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Another day brings another interesting writeup on a notable stony coral we encountered on the Fluval Sea Flores Expedition. Like any good card-carrying Acropora lover we have perused all the pages of Corals of the World and distinctive species like Acropora pichoni and Acropora suharsonoi always caught our eye. A slightly less obvious eye-catching coral is the peculiar Acropora

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By some neat coincidence, this week witnessed the announcement of four new products which have a different approach to building a mini reef aquarium aquascape. Each of this week’s artificial reefscaping materials represent novel solutions to using an alternative to live rock. The various choices for building an artificial mini reef structure include man made rock, ceramic

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For hardcore wrasse lovers, Cirrhilabrus lanceolatus needs no introductions. For the less avid wrasse aficionados, here’s a little short intro before we dive into the story proper. Cirrhilabrus lanceolatus is a deepwater  japanese endemic not to be confused with Cirrhilabrus cf. lanceolatus (Pintail Fairy Wrasse). The latter shares a similar temporary scientific name chiefly for

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Real Reef is getting really good at this hand-made reef rock game, with their fourth generation rock looking almost identical to real live rock. We got a sneak peek at the new Real Reef Rock at InterZoo and if hadn’t been for the signage, we would have thought that someone had placed some really nice

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