This aquascape isn't the most dynamic or innovative, but through a combination of its high video production value, the tranquil music, and the neatly arranged aquascape itself, it is one of the most relaxing aquascape videos we've seen. Y'all have a most excellent weekend!
Many fishes have amazing telescopic mouths that are brutally effective at catching prey. Researchers concluded these special mouths first appeared only around 100 million years ago, and once they arose, they took off in popularity and quickly evolved.
A new preliminary study concludes fish can quickly and accurately identify faces between conspecifics (their own species) and even heterospecifics (different species).
God is in the details. This is Ohko Canyon. I think going fishless might have been the better call because even tiny neon tetras ruin the magnificent scale of this nano aquascape.
Innovative Marine is at it again. This time, they're slashing prices while improving the design of their Hydrofill Auto-Top-Off (ATO) controller and pump.
A lot of beautiful crayfish are being discovered in tropical Asia. It's America's turn. Procambarus holifieldi is a new 'mud bug' discovered in a low-lying field in Perry County, Alabama.
As it pertains to resilience against bleaching, a new study discovers that it's not simply the amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, or zooplankton on their own that can keep corals healthy, but rather it is the balance between them that matters.
Innovative Marine has grown quite a bit since their founding, and they are leveraging their increased buying power to pass savings on their customers. IM is dropping the price on their top-of-the-line SR series all-in-one aquariums by as much as 33%, which includes upgrades such as high-gloss stands.
The title is not a pun. Paleontologists discovered 150 million+ year old coral fossils in Nevada, which represents some of the earliest fossil records of corals in North America. The world's seas (and coral reefs) were very different during the era of dinosaurs.
While night-diving with blacklight video equipment to record the biofluorescence of corals and reef fish, David Gruber encountered something very special: the first documentation of biofluorescence of a reptile: a critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle.
Reefs are tricky balancing acts of livestock largely learned through trial and error. Fortunately, we have successful aquarists to guide the way. James shares his experiences with stocking a large mixed reef.
We have no idea why rabbitfish are all of a sudden the darlings of the research world, but another recently published study confirms that these reef fish demonstrate remarkable cooperation with their buddies.
Japanese artisan Shinri Tezuka uses sugar - and a whole lot of talent - to create these extraordinary edible works of fish art.
Imagine living in a luxury high-rise apartment building whose bottom floor is a massive underground public aquarium. If real estate developer The Sunland Group gets its way, that's exactly what some lucky Aussies will have.
Good ol' CH3COOH is shown to be 100% lethal to COTS if injected in the right spot. This finding can help battle overpopulation of this voracious coral-eater.