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The Heartbreakers (Full Article)
When starting up a tank, it is essential to know which fish will thrive in your setup and, just ...
July 2013 by Jim McDavid
World-Class Reefing: Mark Ratcliffe’s 250-Gallon SPS Tank (Full Article)
A large reef tank is always a sight to behold, but one that is thriving with a variety of ...
June 2013 by Richard Aspinall
When Size Doesn’t Matter: The World Of Gobies
June 2013 by Francesco Ricciardi
A Champion Fighter: The Mosaic Boxer Crab (Lybia tesselata) (Full Article)
If you love to observe the unique behavior of certain species, you will be ecstatic to watch a ...
May 2013 by Markus Roth
Riding the Wave: Fish Tank Kings
National Geographic’s hit TV show Fish Tank Kings is set to launch its second season, ...
May 2013 by Shari Horowitz
DENA T 0413 Perfect Angels: The 10 Best Centropyge Angelfish for the Aquarium
Vibrant colors, outgoing personalities, and hardy natures make dwarf angelfish highly ...
April 2013 by Mark Denaro
MICH T 0413 Über Algae Eaters: The Lawnmower Blennies (Full Article)
Known for their algae-eating abilities, blennies of the genus Salarias can make outstanding ...
April 2013 by Scott Michael
RICC T 0413 Architects of the Reef (Full Article)
Hard corals form the backbone of any reef and come in a diverse array of shapes, sizes, and ...
April 2013 by Francesco Ricciardi
ROBE T 0313 Snorkeling in the Maldives (Full Article)
An adventurous soul took a snorkeling trip to the Maldives, where he encountered everything ...
March 2013 by John Robertson
HUNT T 0313 On the Money: Keeping Cowries in the Reef Aquarium
Originally used as a form of currency in the ancient world, cowries are now valued for their ...
March 2013 by Philip Hunt
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