Rossmont Waver is poised to shake up reef aquarium water flow

The Rossmont Waver has finally been revealed in full detail and you can color us impressed. The Waver is so much more than a simple ‘wavemaker’ as it looks poised to shake up the current status quo of what controllable propeller pumps should do, and for how much. We have to admit that when Rossmont

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Brilliant Advertising campaign gives hermit crabs a new home

Suumo Japan in partnership with the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology have come up with an innovative solution to the loss of sea shells on the beaches of Okinawa Japan, by creating Suumo branded artificial shell for hermit crabs. To fully understand the brilliance of this project you need to know that Suumo

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Oscilla Triton generated power from waves — with no moving parts

The ocean is majestic and powerful and we’ve been looking to harness the energy from waves to generate power for a long time and Oscilla Power has developed the Oscilla Triton that could potentially produce a third of the power needed for the US — with no moving parts. The Oscilla Triton is leverages a

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ReefAPalooza ushers in a new era of coral reefing education

We’re just five days away from Reefapalooza Orlando and we couldn’t be more pumped! Along with ReefStock and MACNA, no other show has become a cultural event in the marine aquarium community like ReefAPalooza in each of its three locations. We all know that Reefapalooza Orlando will be packed with gorgeous live corals for sale, overflowing with hot

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Xanthic undulated triggerfish makes annual appearance from Philippines

The xanthic undulated triggerfish is a mystery among aberrant reef fish, but thankfully we don’t usually have to wait too long in between freshly caught specimens. At a rate of roughly one xanthic Balistapus undulatus every twelve months or se, we get to see this oddity of the reef fish world with ever increasingly better

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5 reasons to visit the Denver Aquarium

The Denver Aquarium features a mix of saltwater and freshwater displays and is home to over 500 species of marine life. With over 1 million gallons of underwater exhibits there is plenty to see and do at the Aquarium. 1.Dreamy Coral Reef Scape You know we have a thing for corals and especially mature stunning reef

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Fluorescent Friday: Focus on World Wide Corals’ ‘Grafted Cap’

The phenomenon of ‘GFP Infection’ in stony corals is documented well enough that reefers are actively looking for it, sometimes induce it, and we even ‘groom’ certain corals to train the colors to spread in a deliberate way. Many different corals have exhibited the GFP infection phenomenon over the years, but the most successful strain

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New rare subspecies designation for the beloved Regal Angelfish

Subspecies seem to be rarely used in marine and reef fish but the monotypic genus Pygoplites is fixing to be one of the first angelfish species to receive this designation. We’ve long been aware that Indian Ocean and Indo-Pacific regal angelfish look quite difference, and a recent study reveals that the differences in Pygoplites are more than

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CoralVue takes over U.S. distribution of Waveline, RLSS aquarium products

CoralVue, purveyor of many fine marine aquarium brands including MaxSpect, Reef Octopus, AutoAqua and many more, is adding one more high profile company to the catalog of companies that it distributes in the United States. Reef Life Support Systems, better known as RLSS and its biggest brand Waveline will now be exclusively distributed by CoralVue.

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WATCH this Humpback whale surprise a kayaker in Canada

Residence of British Columbia, Canada have been documenting their up-close encounters with Humpback whales in Vancouver’s English Bay. The whales are migrating from winter destinations like Hawaii, or tropical water’s further south in Mexico and Central America to the rich waters off the coast of British Columbia. Vancouver kayakers @johnnyvanuck captured this close encounter with a humpback whale off

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