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A beautiful Mandarin Dragonet
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  1. It's amazing how much reef content there is on youtube!  Seems like everybody must be videotaping their aquariums! I've added a new module to the wiki installation that will allow us to embed youtube videos right into the articles.   This is great because sometimes no photo can do justice for a creature, some creatures are [...]

  2. I've implemented a far improved captcha anti-spam system.   This new system uses captcha's from http://recaptcha.net/.  There are a couple great things about this system.   First, the captchas go to a good cause.  Every time you fill one of these captchas out, you're helping to digitize a book for the internet Archive or old editions of [...]

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  1. Contrary to popular opinion, a person does not have to be rich to enjoy a reef aquarium of their own.  Saltwater can be an expensive hobby, but it doesn't have to be, and here's how.


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  1. Who needs cabinet space when you can have a massive aquarium instead? Robert Kolenik imagined the "Ocean Keuken" (keuken is Dutch for kitchen) into reality, and its the very definition of opulence for the modern aquarist.

  2. Who needs cabinet space when you can have a massive aquarium instead? Robert Kolenik imagined the "Ocean Keuken" (keuken is Dutch for kitchen) into reality, and its the very definition of opulence for the modern aquarist.

  3. Yep. This man wearing an octopus for a hat was just awarded MASNA's Aquarist of the Year this past weekend at MACNA 2014. We all knew Richard Ross is an aquarist extraordinaire, and now it's finally official!

  4. Yep. This man wearing an octopus for a hat was just awarded MASNA's Aquarist of the Year this past weekend at MACNA 2014. We all knew Richard Ross is an aquarist extraordinaire, and now it's finally official!

  5. Conventional wisdom has long held that corals -- whose calcium-carbonate skeletons form the foundation of coral reefs -- are passive organisms that rely entirely on ocean currents to deliver dissolved substances, such as nutrients and oxygen. But now scientists have found that they are far from passive, engineering their environment to sweep water into turbulent patterns that greatly enhance their ability to exchange nutrients and dissolved gases with their environment.

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