Seemingly a creation from the studios of Doctor Seuss, the Opah or Moonfish has for years been an enigma for marine scientists who could not reconcile its predatory hunting habits with the deep, cold waters of the world’s oceans where it dives to depths of 500m (1,650 ft).
Zoo Med’s New Can O’ Bloodworms and Can O’ Cyclops provide a convenient way to feed many different aquatic animals.
In a race with the accelerating warming and acidification of the seas, marine biologists are attempting to put stony corals on a fast track to becoming more tolerant of water conditions that might previously have triggered their bleaching or demise.
Take a virtual dive on Richard Columbo’s private coral reef in this visually-rich reef aquarium footage.
A pictorial glimpse inside the newest printed edition of CORAL Magazine. May/June 2015 – Jellyfishes and more