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Breeding the Blue Reef Chromis

Sometimes news comes along that really excites me. The news of someone successfully breeding a fish that is rare in the hobby is always on that list. This particular fish is actually one of my favorites. It's the Blue Reef Chromis and it's a stunner. I've owned them before but not often. I found the fish easy to care for and it swam with my other chromis in the shoal. As you may know the green ...
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New Sea dragon Species Found: Ruby Sea Dragon

Ruby Sea Dragon
I always find it amazing when new species are discovered. Not just in the sea but on the land it seems to happen with regularity letting us know just how little we know about our planet. This isn't a fish that any of us are likely to own and normally I don't share news about non-hobby related things. This site is about fish tanks and the things we can keep in them after all. But, sometimes it i...
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Goldfish grow big and live a long time

There are a couple of things that come to mind when I read this. One is the obvious point of not dumping your fish into natural waterways or unnatural ones that connect to natural ones. If the owner of a closed artificial pond gives you permission and the fish can survive in that environment then fine, that's just fishkeeping, but if there's any chance that a fish can end up in rivers, lakes, or o...
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Tank Size – Big Isn’t Always Better

Yoda and Luke
Even my 210 gallon tank required a lot of expense and effort to maintain. Though 10,000 gallons seems, at first, to be a dream tank, it could only be so if accompanied by a dream paycheck as well. Keeping within our means and our time is an important part of keeping a reef tank. I think we can all look at Eli's tank in the video and let our mouths drop open and feel a twinge of the old Green Eyed ...
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Pacific Blue Tang Success!

First there was the success with the Yellow Tang, an incredible feat, now the Pacific Blue Tang by a different group of conservationists. These kind of breakthroughs will keep the hobby going for years to come. Rising Tide Conservation and the team at the University of Florida Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory are extremely proud to introduce the first ever captive-bred
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