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  1. Catch of the Day

    Pensacola, FL - I guess this is the Michigan equivalent of a deer on the hood....Imagine pulling into a gas station and seeing a pickup truck...
    Started by captive reefs, Yesterday 09:21 AM

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  2. Idaho Aquarium fined $10K

    BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - The Idaho Aquarium has been fined $10,000 and placed on probation after its former directors illegally harvested marine...
    Started by captive reefs, 04-16-2014 10:18 AM

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    Reefs In The News
  3. Mussel beds to reestablish reef

    via New Zealand Hearld Scientists hoping to boost marine life and water quality in the Hauraki Gulf in New Zealand are seeing instant success of a...
    Started by captive reefs, 04-16-2014 10:06 AM

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    Reefs In The News
  4. Reef + Xbox =

    I know we have some gamers here that can appreciate this! Check out this cool pico tank!
    Started by jimsflies, 05-22-2013 09:03 PM

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    Reefs In The News
  5. Out with a Bang ...WARNING graphic content

    WARNING: Graphic Content ....Don't watch this before or after your Turkey Dinner today! This shows a sperm whale believed to have died of...
    Started by jimsflies, 11-28-2013 03:11 PM

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    Reefs In The News
  6. The Hydrodynamic Seahorse

    For the seahorse, a stealthy approach and lightning strike speed, help it catch its prey: the copepod. A recent study shows that the shape of a...
    Started by jimsflies, 11-28-2013 04:10 PM

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    Reefs In The News
  7. The Ole Fish Eye

    I came across this awesome photo from Australia's Great Barrier Reef. It shows a scuba diver and a tropical fish with the same funny expression of...
    Started by jimsflies, 11-28-2013 03:04 PM

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    Reefs In The News
  8. Ridiculous Tank @Applebees = dead shark

    The new Applebee's restaurant in Coney Island celebrates its grand opening Monday - and death is on the menu. A blacktip shark had to be removed...
    Started by jimsflies, 06-20-2013 08:47 PM

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    Reefs In The News
  9. Protein Skimmer Styles & Performance

    This article is a brief introduction to the different styles of protein skimmers and what affects their performance. Topics covered below include: ...
    Started by David@ReefGeek, 06-26-2013 09:31 AM
  10. Why Use A Protein Skimmer

    Protein Skimmers help keep your fish, coral and invertebrates healthy by actively removing harmful organic compounds from your aquatic environment....
    Started by David@ReefGeek, 06-26-2013 09:01 AM
  11. New, Creative Approach to Photographing your Reef

    If you are bored with taking normal photos of your reef aquarium or just looking to be more creative, here's a new idea for you! Underwater...
    Started by jimsflies, 02-20-2013 01:59 PM

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    Reefs In The News
  12. Sex-changing fish: Secret lives of bluebanded gobies

    Researchers find that bluebanded goby fish (aka Catalina gobies), about 2 to 2.5 inches long, are able to change their sex when it suits their...
    Started by jimsflies, 02-03-2013 06:29 PM

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    Reefs In The News

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