We travel to the USAT Liberty shipwreck at Tulamben, see Mola Mola at Crystal Bay, a Whitetip Reef Shark at Nusa Penida, and lots of underwater macro critters such as nudibranchs and shrimps from Coral Garden, Seraya Secrets and Puri Jati.
This is the 630-gallon (2,400-L) featured reef in the Aquarium Portrait department of the November/December Issue of CORAL, written by Ab Ras. Video credit: Stuart Bertram.
The strange life of Praxillura maculata, a tube-building worm from the Pacific Northwest which feeds by creating a mucous net hung from spokes on its tube to catch suspended particulate material.
The Horniman Museum’s Victorian Parlor Tank features coldwater marinelife native to the United Kingdom. It’s a modern day riff on the legendary works of British naturalist and marine biologist Philip Henry Gosse…
Frank Baensch introduces the world to the first captive-reared anthias, Odontanthius fuscipinnis, a Hawaiian deepwater rarity.