Algerian Marine Services Arrest Coral Smugglers

During the last 15 months, marine forces have arrested 46 coral smugglers and have seized 155 pounds of high quality coral, 37 Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) Systems, 338 coral removal machines and “a sizable number” of diving costumes. This was all done in the name of catching thieves that pillage the ocean’s natural coral reefs. […]

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Japan uses coral to define international border

In what is the largest coral fragging project in the world, Japan is using living coral to lay claim to parts of the Pacific over 200 miles from their shore. Started in 2006, the Japanese government has budgeted 7.55 million dollars to collect, reproduce and grow more than 100,000 fast growing acropora fragments about the […]

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Controllable Koralias now In Stock

You may remember that header graphic from our Best New Products from the Global Pet Expo post back in March.Well, I’ve got good news: the controllable koralias are now in stock! Woo-hoo! You can now pick up the Controllable Hydor Koralia 1, 2, 3, 4, Nano and the Wavemaker 2-Way Controller at our online store. […]

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Another Edition of Fact or Fiction

A while back, I posted a blog on the R2 fish school. Last week while surfing the World Wide Web, I came across a new video full of amazing, um, amazingness. It seems someone has taken the expression “you can’t teach an old fish new tricks” to a whole new level (forget dog, people, we […]

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