Twilight Zone exhibit at C.A.S. opens June 10th

by | Feb 15, 2016 | Conservation, Corals, Events, Eye Candy, Fish, Industry, Invertebrates, Opinion, Reef, Science, Sustainability, Tanks | 0 comments

reefs.comCAStwilightA recently announced new exhibit at California Academy of Sciences is slated to open June 10th, 2016, “Twilight Zone: Deep Reefs Revealed“. For this mesophotic reef nerd nothing in a zoological setting could be more exciting.

Very little has been shared regarding the specific species we’ll be afforded in the new exhibit, suffice to say we have a hunch that there will be some incredibly rare fishes abound.


A recent post shared by Assistant Curator, CA Academy of Sciences Charles Delbeek, “And so it begins … six months of exhibit renovations and animal acquisitions for the worlds first exhibit area devoted to exploring the Twilight Zone and rebreather diving research!”


  • Austin Lefevre

    Austin Lefevre founded and owns Aqua Box, a group of passionate professionals who bring unique aquarium systems to fruition worldwide and offer fully quarantined and conditioned fishes to the US retail market. Austin has been a bonafide fish nerd for his entire life. When the kids in elementary school were reading Dr. Seuss, Austin was reading Jacques Cousteau. He's been in the aquarium industry since 2002 working in local fish stores, coral farms, and headed up a fish breeding program. He's been an avid SCUBA diver since the age of 12 and consistently seeks new aquatic adventures.


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