• Coral Cells Caught in the Act of Engulfing Zooxanthellae

    Coral Cells Caught in the Act of Engulfing Zooxanthellae

    For the first time, scientists have seen and photographed stony coral cells engulfing symbiotic dinoflagellates – single-celled, photosynthetic algae (aka zooxanthellae)...

  • #NameTheBowerbanki – Results Are In!

    #NameTheBowerbanki – Results Are In!

    In the end, there could be only one name for this coral. The Carolina Aquatics staff debated and voted on the submissions and John Robbins's "Yellowstone" Bowerbanki ALMOST nabbed the win. But not quite....

  • VIDEO: 65,000 L Reef Tank Tour!

    VIDEO: 65,000 L Reef Tank Tour!

    This incredible 17,171-gallon (65,000-liter) reef aquarium is part of the Darwineum at Zoo Rostock. Host Tobias Neyer promises more extensive content from the Zoo in the future; this is just the first look!...

  • Slide-Loc Creates Dosing Tube Holder

    Slide-Loc Creates Dosing Tube Holder

    Slide-Loc's new Dosing Tube Holder offers a magnetically mounted solution to organize and secure the hoses and tubes from many popular reef aquarium dosing systems....

  • VIDEO: Glass Octopus (and other deep-sea creatures!)

    VIDEO: Glass Octopus (and other deep-sea creatures!)

    The seldom-seen and elusive deepwater Glass Octopus, Vitreledonella richardi, has been encountered and filmed by biologists exploring the depths off the remote Phoenix Islands, an archipelago 3,200 miles (5,100 km) northeast of Sydney, Australia. The expedition was funded by the Schmidt Ocean Institute, a non...

  • Hawaii's Fishy Double Standard

    Hawaii's Fishy Double Standard

    While aquarium fishers lost their livelihoods in Hawaii in 2017, "aquarium fish" continued to be harvested and killed without any scrutiny by another group—recreational fishers....

  • Hawaii's Aquarium Fishery Hopes for Re-Opening

    Hawaii's Aquarium Fishery Hopes for Re-Opening

    While the aquarium fishery in Hawai'i remains shuttered, the so-called AQ fishing community is hoping that change may be coming, as a new Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) hangs in limbo...

  • Keep Your Aquarium Cool in the Heat

    Keep Your Aquarium Cool in the Heat

    Felicia McCaulley reviews a wide range of easy-to-implement cooling tactics that can save your home aquarium during a heat wave!...

  • CORAL New Issue “REEF MICROBIOMES

    CORAL New Issue “REEF MICROBIOMES" Inside Look

    A preview of articles and images in the just-published issue of CORAL, The Reef & Marine Aquarium Magazine, July/August 2021....

  • Breathtaking New Caribbean Damsel Species Described

    Breathtaking New Caribbean Damsel Species Described

    The discovery of a new species within a conspicuous group such as damselfishes in a well-studied region of the world highlights the importance of deep-reef exploration in documenting undiscovered biodiversity....

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  • Coral Cells Caught in the Act of Engulfing Zooxanthellae

    For the first time, scientists have seen and photographed stony coral cells engulfing symbiotic dinoflagellates – single-celled, photosynthetic algae (aka zooxanthellae)

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  • #NameTheBowerbanki – Results Are In!

    In the end, there could be only one name for this coral. The Carolina Aquatics staff debated and voted on the submissions and John Robbins’s “Yellowstone” Bowerbanki ALMOST nabbed the win. But not quite.

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  • VIDEO: 65,000 L Reef Tank Tour!

    This incredible 17,171-gallon (65,000-liter) reef aquarium is part of the Darwineum at Zoo Rostock. Host Tobias Neyer promises more extensive content from the Zoo in the future; this is just the first look!

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  • Slide-Loc Creates Dosing Tube Holder

    Slide-Loc’s new Dosing Tube Holder offers a magnetically mounted solution to organize and secure the hoses and tubes from many popular reef aquarium dosing systems.

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  • VIDEO: Glass Octopus (and other deep-sea creatures!)

    The seldom-seen and elusive deepwater Glass Octopus, Vitreledonella richardi, has been encountered and filmed by biologists exploring the depths off the remote Phoenix Islands, an archipelago 3,200 miles (5,100 km) northeast of Sydney, Australia. The expedition was funded by the Schmidt Ocean Institute, a non-profit co-founded by Wendy and Eric Schmidt, former Google CEO.

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