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Tank Crashes – A Part of Reef Keeping

There are a lot of moving parts when it comes to keeping a successful captive reef tank and unfortunately a tank can go... More...

Underwater Photography in Monochrome?

Black and white isn’t something that you normally see in underwater work. Monochrome is more suited to gritty... More...

Product Showcase: Easy Reefs Masstick Fish Food

Marine fish on natural reefs are always in feeding mode, as they hunt down food in the water column or pick for food on... More...

Video: Cooking Live Rock (not curing)

In case you aren't subscribed to my channel, here's the latest... More...

Simple Economics and the cost of Lineage Corals

Why are lineage corals so expensive? This is a question that I get asked once a week at New England Aquarium... More...

Tanks: Henry’s 160g Elos SPS Dominated Tank

For this episode, we drove all the way to West Kendall, Florida to visit Henry Rodriguez and his beautiful Elos 160. OCD... More...

Climate Change will severely effect ‘hotspots of marine biodiversity’ according to a recent study.

One of the most pressing demands placed upon policy makers and those seeking to protect marine biodiversity is to... More...

Boaty McBoatface set to Embark on First Mission

Last year, in case you didn’t hear about it, the submersible got its ridiculous name after Britain’s National... More...

Video: Gryphon C-40 AquaSaw

I bought myself this bandsaw over two years ago at the Denver MACNA. It was basically a gift to myself, but I never... More...

4Ocean: dealing with Plastic Trash in the Ocean, One Bracelet at a Time

The amount of plastic entering our oceans is staggering. The oft-quoted figure of five trillion pieces of plastic... More...

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