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17 July 2013 AquaMarin Aquatic Pets has moved to 32 Jalan Selaseh, Singapore 808448. This is an exciting time for our company and we look forward to growing our business successfully through the ongoing support of our clients and partners. www.aquamarin.com.sg   Share on digg

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By: Chris Mauro, GrindTV.com Monday, June 25, 2012 5:22pm PDT Pacific white-sided dolphins are known for seeking safety in numbers, and in the accompanying video captured up in Hyacinthe Bay, British Columbia, hundreds can be seen racing out of the bay to evade a few hungry killer whales giving chase. The whales do their best […]

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A brave swimmer submerged in the lake on the Pacific island of Palau is surrounded by hundreds of jellyfish. With the Jellyfish isolated in the lake, their stings weakened and these amazing images show tourists can now swim alongside the jellyfish without fear of being stung. Photographer Kevin Davidson has been visiting the lake for […]

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Innovations that have cost a lot of intellectual effort and money are usually presented for the first time at exhibitions. It is accordingly annoying when copies of products are offered on other stands or after the exhibition. The companies affected not only lose sales, but inferior counterfeits also damage the company’s image among the customers. […]

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video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player By JANE E. ALLEN, ABC News Medical Unit Aug. 31, 2011 Tropical coral from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef contains natural UV blockers that might one day come in a pill that protects our eyes and skin from the sun’s ravages, researchers say. But don’t toss your high-SPF lotions and creams […]

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Millions of unseen species

Posted: 27th August 2011 by admin in News
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This undated image provided by seaphotos.com shows the face of a Histiophryne psychedelica, a highly atypical a psychedelic frogfish (Antennaridae) first described in 2009 from a handful of specimens photographed in Ambon, Indonesia in 2008. It has a vestigial, non-functional lure (illicium/esca) and probably traps its prey inside coral holes and crevices or within coral […]

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EcoSystem Aquarium

Posted: 14th June 2011 by admin in News
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The grey bin in the middle (sitting on it is a refugium with 20 lbs of Miracle Mud) is used as a common reservoir sump (in which we grow soft corals) for the 95 gallons saltwater planted tank to the left, the 150 gallons surge and tide pool tank in the middle and the 400 […]

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Tonga is noteworthy as the only Pacific archipelago to have never been colonized. While some may know Tongan waters as the place where Bligh’s sailors mutinied on the Bounty, Tonga is known in the aquarium hobby as one of the most desirable sources of some of aquarists’ favorite species. Tonga is further south than most […]

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By Claudine Zap What happens to lakes in an area hit by forest fires and floods? Some will glow in the dark. For a cluster of lakes in Australia’s eastern Victoria, the combination of the fire and then the rain washed ash and nitrogen-rich soil into the water. The Gippsland Lakes experienced a rise in […]

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Celebrating its fourteenth anniversary, Zoomark International is the top trade show in the pet supplies industry in the odd years. Tremendous meeting platform, it is an irreplaceable chance to grow, interact, confront products, news and proposals, to transfer know-how, upgrade professionally and broaden one’s knowledge. The exhibitors are manufacturers and distributors of pet food, care […]

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