• AMAZONAS Excerpt: The Good Soldier

    AMAZONAS Excerpt: The Good Soldier

    Black Soldier Fly larvae are being touted as a miracle food of the future for pets as well as humans. For now, however, they are an innovative, high-quality food for fish and other animals....

  • ORA's Baby Shark!

    ORA's Baby Shark!

    No kids music video earworm here! ORA's take on the classic BABY SHARK is captive-bred Short Tail Nurse Sharks (Pseudoginglymostoma brevicaudatum). Experienced aquarists now have access to a captive-bred Nurse Shark that only grows to 2.5 feet and lives for decades....

  • Check Out the New & Improved MAX NANO by Red Sea

    Check Out the New & Improved MAX NANO by Red Sea

    The MAX NANO features the very latest in reefkeeping technology including Red Sea’s all-new ReefLED™ 50 lighting, REEF-SPEC® filtration and circulation systems, an automatic top-off unit and an easy-access power center....

  • New Study Cites Nitrogen Runoff as Significant Reef Killer

    New Study Cites Nitrogen Runoff as Significant Reef Killer

    Researchers find compelling evidence that nitrogen loading caused by humans, rather than warming temperatures, is the primary driver of coral reef degradation at Looe Key Sanctuary Preservation Area....

  • Ornate Goby (Istigobius ornatus): A Breeding First with DIY Instructions

    Ornate Goby (Istigobius ornatus): A Breeding First with DIY Instructions

    Not every breeding breakthrough is a charismatic, well-known reef fish; intriguing and utilitarian fishes also benefit from captive-breed research....

  • Vibranium Fairy Wrasse: An Exciting New Fish Species

    Vibranium Fairy Wrasse: An Exciting New Fish Species

    Named for Black Panther’s mythical nation of Wakanda, a dazzling new “Vibranium” Fairy Wrasse enchants with purple scales and a preference for deep, little-known mesophotic reefs up to 260 feet below the surface....

  • Long-Awaited MindStream Monitor Comes to U.S. Market

    Long-Awaited MindStream Monitor Comes to U.S. Market

    The Mindstream Monitor offers real-time monitoring of 10 key water quality parameters in an aquarium....

  • Aquacultured Gigas Clams Return to the Aquarium Trade

    Aquacultured Gigas Clams Return to the Aquarium Trade

    After years of absence, Florida-based ORA announces the return of the iconic and truly "giant" clam, Tridacna gigas....

  • Fluval Honored at World Branding Awards

    Fluval Honored at World Branding Awards

    Over 1,000 brands from 38 countries were nominated for the 2019-2020 Animalis Edition of the Awards in multiple categories, and more than 95,000 consumers from around the world participated during the voting period. 114 Brands from 38 countries, across 6 continents were awarded....

  • Scientists Describe New Farlowella Catfish Species

    Scientists Describe New Farlowella Catfish Species

    Catfish enthusiasts will enjoy reading about a new species of Farlowella described from expeditions in Argentina....

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  • ORA's Baby Shark!

    No kids music video earworm here! ORA’s take on the classic BABY SHARK is captive-bred Short Tail Nurse Sharks (Pseudoginglymostoma brevicaudatum). Experienced aquarists now have access to a captive-bred Nurse Shark that only grows to 2.5 feet and lives for decades.

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  • New Study Cites Nitrogen Runoff as Significant Reef Killer

    Researchers find compelling evidence that nitrogen loading caused by humans, rather than warming temperatures, is the primary driver of coral reef degradation at Looe Key Sanctuary Preservation Area.

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  • Fluval Honored at World Branding Awards

    Over 1,000 brands from 38 countries were nominated for the 2019-2020 Animalis Edition of the Awards in multiple categories, and more than 95,000 consumers from around the world participated during the voting period. 114 Brands from 38 countries, across 6 continents were awarded.

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  • Record Fundraising: ALA Goodeid Working Group Updates

    Goodeids remain highly at-risk in their native habitats, while aquarists strive to raise awareness and funds in the stewardship of this often overlooked group of livebearers.

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  • Critically Endangered Spring Pygmy Sunfish Gains New Protections

    Since its discovery in 1937, Elassoma alabamae has twice been considered extinct. This week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced new protections for critical habitat for the federally threatened species.

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