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Ecotech Marine Radion Gen 4 XR30w Pro – The Definitive Review

How does one [company] makes a great product better? How do you improve upon something that has already been so well... More...

Hainan Province Bans Clam Trade

Chinese actions in the South China sea have been less than environmentally conscious, as large areas of reef have been... More...

Reefs.com EXCLUSIVE – KH Guardian – Alkalinity Monitor

For this video, we met up with David D'Aquin, owner of CoralVue, and Ricardo Laso, Procurement Director for Coralvue, at... More...

Philippines Says ‘No’ to Dora and SpongeBob

Several news services are reporting that Nickelodeon’s plans for a Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants themed... More...

Microalgae, Why Grow It?

Microalgae. We have all heard of the microscopic organisms that use light to grow. But why should we raise it? In the... More...

Air China offers Hope to Sharks!

The trade in shark fins gets many conservation-minded folks pretty darn mad. Every year, an estimated 73 million sharks... More...

Reef Kids: Dead Fish Hats

Winter is definitely upon us! Here in New England, it's officially hat season - from now until mid-to-late April,... More...

The PowerRay Fishfinder

The PowerRay Fishfinder, an innovative new underwater drone from PowerVision, promises to "change the fishing world",... More...

Anthias Explosion

As 2017 gets underway I’ve been reviewing my underwater images from the last eighteen months or so. I keep coming back... More...

How To Shoot Macro Video Without a Macro Lens

As many of you know, DSLR cameras have a digital zoom feature that allows you to zoom in very closely to focus on the... More...

Behold, The First Images Of A Live Ruby Seadragon!

Seadragons are among the most bizarre and charismatic of marine creatures, relying on their impeccable camouflage to... More...

Reef Threads Podcast #303

We return, refreshed from our holiday break. Gary stayed home and enjoyed family while Christine flew to St. Lucia,... More...

Eightline Flasher Wrasse in the Wild

As anyone who reads me posts knows, I spend a fair bit of time photographing the fish and reefs of the Red Sea. As you... More...

Reef Fish Larvae use Magnetic Senses to Locate Reefs

I just came across a great press release from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook... More...

Acropora Shingles And Climate Change

Aquarists don’t usually spend much time pondering the finer details of stony coral morphology, but within their... More...
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