News & Notes

Initial Impressions of MASNA's First-Ever Aquatic Expo

Just under a week ago, aquarists came together at the first-ever Marine Aquarium Societies of North America (MASNA) Aquatic Expo, held in Atlanta, Georgia. For some in attendance, it was the first aquatic event they had ever experienced, For others, it may have been the first time that old friends have seen each other, face to face, in years.

08 Apr 11:59 AM 1 Read More...

Drawing board to reality: Full-tilt forward on a “BioBank” of all reefbuilding coral species

Imagine an aquarium with colonies of every reefbuilding coral species on Earth. Imagine it as a repository to be drawn upon for reef restoration and research efforts, as many oceanographers are forecasting mounting climatic assaults on coral reefs as we know them.

31 Mar 12:24 PM 0 Read More...

USARK: Lacey Act Amendments Headed to Reconciliation

The latest updates from the United States Association of Reptile Keepers encourage engagement with your representatives as Lacey Act Amendments appear clearly destined for the reconciliation process.

30 Mar 12:43 AM 0 Read More...

PIJAC Celebrates its 50th Anniversary with a Name Change to Pet Advocacy Network

PIJAC Celebrates its 50th Anniversary with a name change to Pet Advocacy Network, unveiling a new website and logo as part of its rebranding.

25 Mar 10:47 AM 0 Read More...

"Tropicalization" Will Bring Reef Fishes into Northern Waters

Clownfish and marine butterflyfish, among other warm-water tropical fish species, will be spreading northward in the coming years as sea temperatures rise, according to a new study from scientists at Japan’s Hokkaido University.

17 Mar 3:38 PM 1 Read More...