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Great Barrier Reef, took a real pounding: Australian scientists confirm the worst ever recorded die-off, of corals on the GBR.

The damage has been severe, but regional. Most of the die-off occurred in the northern region, with little damage... More...

Reef Threads Podcast #300

This week we celebrate 300 Reef Threads podcasts with guests Richard Ross, Ben Johnson, and Chris Maupin. In a... More...

Reef Kids: Cute Cookies

It's the most wonderful time of the year - baking season! Someone just told me that calories don't count during... More...

Carnival’s Princess Cruise Line to Pay “Largest-Ever” Fine for Intentional Dumping

  The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Public Affairs announced that Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. will... More...

Photobombed by a Cornetfish

Cornetfishes, from the Fistulariidae family, are ridiculous-looking animals, but these highly adapted fish are superb... More...

PetsFestival 2016 at Piacenza Expo in Italy

The fourth triumphal edition of Italian PetsFestival in Piacenza Expo’s exhibition complex occurred Saturday and... More...

New Product: San Francisco Bay Frozen Fish Eggs

Fish eggs are the new hype food for aquarium fish and not without reason- freshly harvested from commercially caught... More...

Coral Frenzy Product Showcase – 0.5mm Reef Pellet

Over the last couple of months I have provided overviews for two of the three products sold by Coral Frenzy, their... More...

XAQUA IN.OUT Overflow Intro with Julian Sprung

We caught up with Julian Sprung from Two Little Fishies and he gave us an introduction to the new IN.OUT overflow from... More...

Pseudanthias taeniatus – a Red Sea endemic anthias

I just spent a week in and around the Red Sea, mainly photographing sharks, but in between the oceanic white tips and... More...

Newly Described Tunicate Goby Clearly Loves Tunicates

The latest addition to the goby family is a petite, yellow fish with a notable penchant for sea squirts. Described in... More...

Quality Marine Receives the First Aquacultured Glow-Tail Pipefish

Quality Marine, located in Los Angeles, CA, has been on a streak of acquiring and distributing more and more captive... More...

Ultra-rare Banded Grouper (Epinephelus amblycephalus) At Reefwise

Reefwise, one of the Chicago area’s premier destinations for rare marine species, has scored big with their latest... More...

Neptune Systems Insiders Program

Neptune Systems' new Fluid Monitoring Module (FMM) is set to be released very soon, and the company is looking for a... More...

5000 Sea Creatures Frozen in Skating Rink

Japan has faced its share of controversy regarding its treatment (or rather, mistreatment) of sea life. Just three years... More...
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