The clownfish has become one of the most well-known marine fish in recent years, even among non-hobbyists. Here are the basics for caring for this magnificent fish.
The Mediterranean is a wonder with biodiversity, but one innovative Italian aquarist keeps a relatively tiny setup showcasing some of its more miniscule life forms.
The elephant ear coral is a large polyp that can change its shape fairly quickly. It is easy to maintain in nutrient-rich setups.
Planning on keeping a grouper in that 75-gallon marine setup? Think again! Here's what you need to know about starting a grouper fish tank.
These corals are "stony" because of their hard skeletons. Learn more about coral colonies here.
Many animals form mutually beneficial alliances with one another, known as symbiotic relationships. Here, we've outlined some classic marine species relationships.
The marble crab can enter both freshwater and saltwater tanks. If you enjoy keeping crayfish, these crabs will make a good addition to your aquarium.
The waters of Maluku Ambon are among the most aquatically diverse places in the world! Learn about the Ambon fish one expert aquarist found on his journey.
Saltwater algae eaters come in many shapes and sizes. Here's a guide to some of the best marine tank cleaners.