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NEC 41st Annual Aquarium Convention



41st Annual Convention Celebrating 60 Years of the NEC! April 8-10 2016

Each Spring for over 40 years hundreds of aquarium hobbyists from around the USA visit the Annual NEC Convention…HERE’s WHY.

Posted February 2nd, 2016.

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Interview with Takayuki Fukada, the Grand Prix Winner of IAPLC2015

Ranking 1 Takayuki Fukada - IAPLC 2015

Ranking 1 Takayuki Fukada – IAPLC 2015

Interview with Takayuki Fukada, the Grand Prix Winner of IAPLC2015

The International Aquatic Plants Layout Contest 2015 updated the past record by receiving 2,545 entries in total from 69 countries and areas. Takayuki Fukada who is based in Tokyo is the first Japanese champion in 12 years. After the announcement of world rankings, ADAview conducted an interview with him.

He talks about the journey to receive the Grand Prix, secrets for creations and his passion for his winning work, “Longing” in his aquarium room.

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Posted January 14th, 2016.

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Peacock Mantis Shrimp are Radiant




Posted December 22nd, 2015.

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Memorial to Takashi Amano

Shot by film director Hiroyuki Nakano, the video of Takashi Amano and Nature Aquarium is now available. At the beginning, Takashi Amano appears with a large format camera, followed by images of vivid Nature Aquarium. Mr. Nakano released this video in order to honor the memory of Takashi Amano. We hope you enjoy.

Posted December 17th, 2015.

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The Colorful World of Sea Slugs


Nembrotha kubaryana (Kubaryana’s Nembrotha) eating a tunicate colony. Photo by Alex Rose

Very few nudibranchs are conducive to captive aquarium life, and even most public aquariums avoid displaying the vast majority of them.

Nudibranchs are fantastically amazing animals. They come in just about every color imaginable, are shaped in the most peculiar of ways, eat some of the weirdest things, have gills growing out of their backs, smell and taste with stalks growing out of their heads, and can be toxic. A bit more than you might expect from an animal sometimes called a sea slug right?

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Posted October 6th, 2015.

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