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By admin - Posted Feb 14, 2011 10:00 PM
Below is a comprehensive listing of our latest blog posts sorted by date with the newest posts at the top of the list.
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Tunze uploads a lot of Interzoo videos previewing their new products

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Last week, Tunze debuted a parade of new products at Interzoo 2012. Today, they've uploaded videos previewing them. For aquarists interested in learning more about the Tunze LED, Comline filter, DOC skimmers, new Stream pumps, and Osmolator nano, we consolidated the videos for you.

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Using art to educate the public about marine trash

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The Washed Ashore: Plastics, Sea Life and Art project aims to educate the public about the increasing problem of trash polluting the world's oceans using massive, interactive art.

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Cirrhilabrus humanni, a newly described fairy wrasse

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Our friends Ned and Anna DeLoach of blennywatchers.com have discovered a new fairy wrasse species in Alor, Indonesia. The fish was first spotted by Anna in shallow waters on April 20, 2010 and has was recently officially described as Cirrhilabrus humanni: the Alor Fairy Wrasse.

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Destination Reefs: Philippines (Dauin)

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The coral reefs of the Philippines are way too amazing. We'll stay here an unprecedented third consecutive week with two spectacular dive videos from Dauin – one wide-angle and one macro.

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Thierry Henry abandons plan to install four story fish tank in his new London home

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Updated floor plans submitted to the Camden Council in London, England do not contain the gigantic 40-foot tall, 5,500-gallon aquarium.

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Siam Reef Club shows us how it's done

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chingchai (of DSPS reef fame) recently started a forum thread describing the new central reef tank build for his local reef club. We couldn't help but marvel at how incredibly cool their club is.

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The gut could reveal effect of climate change on fish

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As sea temperatures rise, stocks of some fish species can decline while others may grow, reveals new research from the University of Gothenburg looking at gastrointestinal function in fish.

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Friday Flashback: The alluring reef aquarium of Stuart Bertram

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Originally published May 13, 2011: Practical Fishkeeping is featuring Stuart Bertram's aquarium in their June 2011 issue. His reef is a sight to behold and we have videos to prove it.

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Preview/review of Fish Tank King's second episode

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Advanced Aquarist was granted a special prescreening of Nat Geo Wild's Fish Tank King's outstanding second episode. It is a significant departure from their first episode and must-see TV for aquarists and fish lovers.

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Science team members named for Banggai Rescue Project

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The eight member team comprises experts in the fields of marine fish science, marine aquaculturists, and aquatic veterinarians.

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Tunze's waterproof and controllable LED light

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Tunze isn't about to let the LED market pass them by. They have announced a new and unique LED strip light that is waterproof, fully submersible, magnet-mounted, and controllable.

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New Tunze Comline® DOC Skimmer and Filters

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In more Tunze/Interzoo news, the German manufacturer has added three new models to their Comline product line: An internal protein skimmer and two internal filters. The protein skimmer and filter, when used together, is intended as a complete sumpless reef filtration system.

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Tunze Osmolator® nano

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Tunze has developed a miniaturized version of their time-tested Osmolator auto-top-off (ATO) system.. The new water level controller is a complete ATO system designed for aquariums up to 200 liters (~50 US gallons).

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New species of reticulated dragonet discovered in Sweden

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Reticulated dragonet have been found in Väderöarna – “Weather Islands” – off the west coast of Sweden. It is not often that a new species of fish is discovered in Sweden.

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Tunze Turbelle® Stream 6255 Wide Flow

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Tunze will announce a new Stream - the 6255 - at Interzoo 2012. The 6255 features a new motor, drive unit, and wide-mouthed housing to support the increased output (up to 4800 US gal/hr) and larger 60mm (2.4") propeller.

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