“My intent is to basically teach a philosophy, not really go through and teach every difficult species of fish that’s difficult to keep. It’s more about how to think about it,” says Matt Wandell.
After learning about the front end of the stunning 6,000-gallon reef aquaria in a private Atlanta home in the Part 1 video, the team at Reef Aquaria Design (RAD) returns to showcase the life support and systems that keep this reef aquarium growing and thriving.
Reef Aquaria Design’s Jeff Turner calls it, “The finest 6,000-gallon reef aquarium in all of North America.” CORAL Magazine calls it our Aquarium Portrait feature in the newest issue! Watch Part 1 of their video coverage, and read all about it in the January/February 2023 issue of CORAL Magazine.
Each year in July, extreme low tides expose the inshore coral reefs at Magnetic Island for several hours, causing coral species that are intertidal specialists to endure several hours of exposure to direct tropical sun.
With all the happenings this week surrounding CITES and proposals to uplist Hypancistrus zebra from Appendix III to Appendix I (which would most likely eliminate all international trade in the species), it seems highly fitting to share this Leandro Sousa’s interview with…