Jellyfish are usually recognized as those squishy things with trailing bits. There are few people with any in depth knowledge, particularly among aquarists. However, they are one of the oldest species in the seas and oceans. Some jellyfish can be big, some small. Some have short stubby tentacles and othersRead more →
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Every month we publish a newsletter to all of our subscribers.
This newsletter covers various aspects from our personal aquariums, tips, advice, news and more. We are always on the lookout for information which we can provide.
Of course we also provide information on this site which we hope is beneficial to you.
The newsletter which we provide is a joint newsletter between Aquarists Online website and the Salt Water Aquarium website, however that is where we have a dilemma:
What in the world do we call it?Read more →
When I sit and view my reef aquarium sometimes my mind wanders and memories come flooding in. Christmas Island (Pacific), Eilaat (Red Sea), Bahamas, St Lucia, Barbados, Florida, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, the Maldives.
I’ve been lucky and visited the above. The coral reefs are beautiful. I’m not a qualified scuba diver, but have had a look at parts of the reefs in the areas with a mask and snorkel. So it’s a bit like looking in but not being with. But the view!Read more →