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There’s Some Interesting Stuff Out There

There certainly is and as far as marine aquarists are concerned it ranges from photographs and videos about the wild reefs, information and discussion on aquarium equipment, to setting up and maintaining a marine aquarium. Amongst all of this is something that is dear to many of

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Responsibilities, But Temporary

Sunday is the day I do my aquarium maintenance. As far as that is concerned, it’s done. There’s more this week though. No I haven’t obtained more livestock¸ though I’m sometimes tempted particularly by that beauty the copperband butterfly fish, Chelmon rostratus, what a beauty it is.

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At Last…..

Finally, after some issues Aquarists Online is now living happily on another server at another hosting company. Various issues were encountered when the backups were taken of the site. Basically the backups were taken, however when they were restored they were found to be corrupt! Luckily the

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We’re Having Issues With Our Hosting

You may have noticed that Aquarists Online has been up and down recently. The reason for this is that we are having issues with our web hosting. For some reason the server which Aquarists Online is hosted on keeps crashing. This has been happening intermittently for a

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Do You Fancy Finding One Of These In Your Aquarium?

I know I certainly wouldn’t – If I saw this I would run a mile. Aquarium staff from Cornwall, UK’s Blue Reef Aquarium have located a huge 4 foot worm in one of their display aquarium which was attacking corals and fish within the aquarium. For many

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Introducing The Aquarium Store Directory

Myself and John are always on the lookout for things which may be useful to the aquarium hobbyist. We were recently discussing how it would be good if there was an area where hobbyists could locate either online aquarium stores or local fish shops which are near

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Detecting Pollution With A Robot Fish

British scientists from the University of Essex have developed a robot fish which has the capability to be able to detect pollution in water. Each of these fish has an associated cost of £20,000 and a shoal of five of them are shortly to be released into

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Cell Phones For Soldiers

Our friends over at the Marine Depot Blog submitted a post about this yesterday and we were so impressed with their committment to such an important cause  that we thought we would try to help increase exposure about what they are doing. Marine Depot describes ‘Cell Phones

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