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Some of you may know that Google has been scanning books for the last few years and so far they have scanned approximately 15 million books or just a little over 10% of written accounts. Using a subsample of this amount, Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel have created a database of over 500 billion [...]

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Remember those awesome Sailfin Jawfishes that we posted not too long ago? Apparently, the original identification of O. lonchurus given was rather dubious and incorrect. These fishes are rarely seen in the wild and supplied to the trade, with very little information circulating the internet and books. Properly identifying them can be rather tedious and [...]

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New Era has a new product for your marine grazing fish. The new MINI MarineGrazer is a wheel-shaped disc that get affixed to your aquarium glass with a suction cup creating a feeding station for your fish to snack all day. The Mini MarineGrazer from New Era Aquaculture is a much easier and more nutritious [...]

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EcoLamps has been working on a new light called the KR90 LED which is the most novel departure from their fixture design since the company first launched about three years ago. The EcoLamps KR90 is thinner and more affordable than previous LED lights from the Chinese manufacturer and the onboard controller is also much more [...]

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MACNA attendees always get something special they may get nowhere else.  This time around, Dr. Matthew L. Wittenrich (Dr. Witt for short) developed one of the most modern and progressive-minded presentations I’ve seen, and he did it exclusively for MACNA first.  If you didn’t got to MACNA, you may well never get to see it! [...]

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Marine biologists are developing means to efficiently breed saltwater aquarium fish, seahorses, plankton and invertebrates in captivity in order to preserve the biologically rich ecosystems of the world's coral reefs. These scientists believe their efforts, and those of colleagues around the world, could help shift much of the $1 billion marine ornamental industry toward entrepreneurs who are working sustainably to raise fish for the aquarium trade.

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The Libra dosing pump from Vertex Aquaristik is just one more indication that dosing pumps are becoming more and more popular for use with reef tanks. Manufacturers are marketing so many different liquid additives these days and reef aquarists are adding more of them to their tanks than ever. Like the ProfiLine dosing tower from [...]

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June Tsai
Source: Taiwan Today
September 20, 2011

"The Fisheries Agency under the Council of Agriculture Sept. 19 announced a joint project with National Taiwan Ocean University and the animal conservation organization Wildlife21 to attach satellite tags to 100 whale sharks in the next five years.

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