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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A fish tank that is truly “Da Bomb”

While most hobbyists are conjuring up thoughts of their “dream” reef tank, I myself imagine an aquarium that is entirely … unique. Like an aquarium made out of a bomb, for instance. That’s right, a bomb. Fabricated from the tail shells of a Vietnam-era MK-84 bomb, MotoArt’s Aquabomb is blowing away the notion that a […]

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Dolphin rescues stranded whales

WELLINGTON (AFP) — A dolphin guided two stranded whales to safety after human attempts to keep the animals off a New Zealand beach failed, a conservation official said Wednesday. “I’ve never heard of anything like this before, it was amazing,” Conservation Department officer Malcolm Smith said. The actions of the dolphin, well known locally for […]

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Candy Coral Feeding

Please excuse the poor image quality of these photos (they were shot with a 1.3 megapixel Motorola Q). Oh, and nevermind that aiptaisa there in the background, either. These images of the marketing department’s Candy Coral were shot this morning after we turned off our Hydor Koralia and Maxi-Jet pumps and fed the tank. It […]

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Free Presentation in Boulder, CO

With an even greater biodiversity than rainforests, coral reefs provide spawning, nursery, refuge, and feeding areas for more than one million marine species. But this breathtakingly beautiful ecosystem now faces a potentially lethal combination of threats. Chronic stresses such as over-fishing, pollution, and coastal development have decreased coral reefs’ ability to withstand the impacts of […]

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Marine Aquarist Courses Online pt. 2

Back in January, we posted an announcement about Marine Aquarist Courses Online (or MACO for short). Well, the time has come for an update (hold your ooo’s and ahhh’s until I’m finished, please – lol). Marine Aquarist Courses Online (MACO) has a course on Fish Husbandry starting on April 6. The course includes 6 weeks […]

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