Should science be taught to young children? One teacher argues that it is important for the academic and social development of children.
A pictorial sneak peek at the newest printed edition of CORAL Magazine. March/April 2015 – Dwarf Angelfishes and more
Gorgonians are a diverse family of corals that are found throughout reefs around the world. Despite their widespread distribution, they are not a particularly common coral in the reef aquarium hobby.
Gracing the cover is a quintessentially curious dwarf angelfish, in this case a naturally occurring hybrid known as the “Tigerpyge” (Centropyge eibli x C. flavissima) a fish photographed and kept by “Lemon”Tea Yi Kai. Background: Mycedium elephantosus, Werner Fiedler
“It’s not that we’re against regulation,” one aquarium fisher told CORAL on condition of anonymity. “We just want fisheries management decisions to be made by fisheries managers whose job it is to understand and manage the fishery.”