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The Portal aquarium magnifying glass is amazing. How amazing you ask? Do yourself a favor and click on the image above to see the full size image of this ingenious, affordable accessory in action. For up to 18 inches though your tank’s glass, the Portal is both a toy and a tool. The Portal Toy [...]

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The AcanLighting A104 is the newest LED light from the young aquarium lighting company and we were quite impressed with our first sighting of the A104 running over corals at the Age of Aquariums booth this weekend. The fanless and moderate output AcanLighting A104 is surprisingly bright, considering this three foot fixture was using up [...]

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Red Epizoanthus are not new to the hobby, but it certainly has been a long time since we’ve seen them around. A few years ago the mainstream reefing crowd could have cared less about non-photosynthetic zoanthids but like the white Epizoanthus “Spider Sponges” from Australia, the Red Epizoanthus is likely to be very popular in [...]

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The bulkhead wrench made by Precision Marine is not likely to light up the forums with excitement, but when you need a tool like this it can be a total lifesaver. The professional install guys know what we’re talking about; there are so many jobs with plumbing through the bottom of the tank, and therefore [...]

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There’s nothing like starting out the day by watching a luscious slice of reef scenery, the likes of which abound in this HD video of diving in Cozumel. In this four minute clip you’ll see a nearly complete snapshot of the many fish and corals which are iconic to the Caribbean, notably some large angelfish, [...]

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Look out Latz lovers! Amphiprion latezonatus, commonly known as the wide-band or Latezonatus clownfish, is one of the most desired yet least obtainable species for anemonefish enthusiasts. Their characteristic wide center stripe that broadens with age, distinguishes them from every other species of clownfish. Wild collected “Latz”, as they are affectionately known, have trickled into [...] Related posts:
  1. University sells captive bred clownfish, Every bit helps Flickr : Nemo Tokai University in Shizuoka, Japan has begun...
  2. Study Finds Probiotics Boost Size in Captive Bred Juvenile Clownfish A recent study performed by researchers from the Università Politecnica...
  3. 17 Day Old Mccullochi Clownfish from LiveAquaria Live Aquaria is having steady success in breeding the rare Mccullochi...

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Peter Harmsen
Source: AFP
October 25, 2010

Dongsha, Taiwan - For decades, Taiwan's army was waiting for Chinese marines to pour across the white beaches of Dongsha atoll, but now fishermen from China are a much bigger concern.

The Chinese fishing vessels are often armed with dynamite and cyanide as they approach the atoll, now a marine national park, and its distance of more than 400 kilometres (250 miles) from Taiwan makes it hard to defend.

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Maha Karim
Source: Global Arab Network
October 25, 2010

Kuwait - High temperature, humidity and lack of currents are among the causes of the coral reefs bleaching skirting islands off Kuwait, according to an eminent academic figure.

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