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The biologist/environmentalist/author will offer his unique and challenging perspectives on ocean conservation – and on the state of the environmental sciences in general. Norwalk,
Company builds aquariums with an edible twist on Kickstarter. Austin, Texas (PRWEB) March 04, 2014 AquaSprouts™, an aquaponics design company, announced
SeaQuatic Aquariums Announces Complimentary Quotes on Custom Rectangle Aquarium Designs (PRWEB) March 04, 2014 SeaQuatic Aquariums was founded on the
SeaQuatic Aquariums Announces Complimentary Quotes on Custom Wave Bow Aquariums (PRWEB) March 02, 2014 SeaQuatic Aquariums was founded on the principles
South Bay staple Aquatic Fantasy in Redondo Beach, CA gets an update with a new location and website showcasing their extensive selection of saltwater fish and corals. Redondo
Grant supports the Structured School Program, which the Aquarium provides to teachers and students of South Carolina free of charge. Charleston, S.C.
A mere glass full of water from Monterey Bay Aquarium's 1.2 million-gallon Open Sea tank, among the 10 largest aquariums in the world, is all scientists really needed to identify the Pacific Bluefin tuna, dolphinfish and most of the other 13,000 fish swimming there.
“Canvases for Conservation” to debut at the South Carolina Aquarium January 17. Charleston, S.C.
Newport Aquarium, the No.
Calcium Carbonator developed by Reef Results Marine is a compound of calcium and carbonate that corals use to form their skeletal structure. Pompano Beach, FL
The Chinese Fire Belly Newt (Cynops orientalis) is a small black newt measuring about 2.2 to 4 inches. It has bright orange aposematic coloration on the ventral sides. C. orientalis is commonly seen in pet stores where it is frequently confused with the Japanese Fire Belly Newt (C. pyrrhogaster) because of similarities in size and in coloration. It typically exhibits smoother skin and a rounder tail than the C. pyrrhogaster, and has less obvious parotoid glands. They are mildly poisonous...
Aquascaping is the art of arranging aquatic plants along with rocks, cavework, stones, or driftwood, in an aesthetically pleasing manner within an aquarium. Aquascape designs incorporate numerous distinctive styles. Usually, an aquascape houses fish as well as plants, although it’s possible to produce an aquascape with solely plants, or with rockwork or other hardscape and no plants. Even though the main goal of aquascaping is to construct an artful underwater landscape, the technical...
The Queen Triggerfish (Balistes vetula) is a reef dwelling fish that which resides in the Atlantic Ocean. This fish is sometimes kept in marine aquariums or caught as a gamefish. This fish is rather large and may grow to be about 24 inches. It is usually brown with blue lines on its head and fins. Due to its size and aggressive nature, the Queen Triggerfish is not the best choice for a marine aquarium. However, if provided its proper environment this fish may be an exuberant fish. Five...
The Bala shark, Balantiocheilos melanopterus, also known as the tricolor shark, silver shark, or shark minnow, is a schooling community fish of family Cyprinidae and the sole member of the genus Balantiocheilos. This species is not a true shark, but is commonly called a "shark" because of its torpedo-shaped body and large fins. Native Habitat The Bala shark's native habitats include streams and rivers in Southeast Asia (Sumatra, Thailand, Borneo, Malaysia, etc.) Aquarium Care...
The Harlequin Rasbora is a small fish belonging to the Family Cyprinidae, subfamily Rasborinae, which was originally given the scientific name of Rasbora heteromorpha. The specific name heteromorpha, translating from the Greek as "differently shaped", alludes to the fact that the body shape of this species differs from that of other members of the genus Rasbora. As a consequence of this and assorted other factors (including the difference in breeding technique), the fish was assigned to a...
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