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04/21/2017 at 18:41. Facebook
#GlowInTheDark #Bioluminescence A study by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute finds that three-quarters of deep-sea creatures make their own light. “Given that the deep ocean is the largest habitat on Earth by volume, bioluminescence can certainly be said to be a major ecological trait on Earth.”
GlowInTheDark Bioluminescence A study by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Inst

Three quarters of deep-sea animals make their own light

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04/20/2017 at 18:41. Facebook
The copperband butterfly (Chelmon rostratus) is one of the most commonly seen butterflyfishes in fish shops. Often purchased in the hopes they’ll eat pest Aiptasia anemones, copperbands tend to be a little hit-or-miss in this regard. Read more in “6 Reef-Ready Butterflies” in the May/Jun 2017 issue of TFH Magazine! (Photo: James W. Fatherree)
The copperband butterfly Chelmon rostratus is one of the most commonly seen
John Kent
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04/20/2017 at 15:33. Facebook
It's AquaMojo's Throwback Thursday! Check out this article from the September 1959 issue of TFH Magazine, "More Success with Symphysodon Discus" by Hans Fichtner -- now THAT's a #TBT!
Its AquaMojos Throwback Thursday Check out this article from the September 1959
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04/19/2017 at 18:40. Facebook
#FishQuiz Can you name this species?
FishQuiz Can you name this species
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Bernardo Saravia Canales
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04/19/2017 at 13:46. Facebook
#TFHpoll Do you keep cichlids, or have you kept them in the past? What species? (Honduran red point photo by Rusty Wessel, from TFH July 2011)
TFHpoll Do you keep cichlids or have you kept them in the
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Elizabeth Bass
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04/18/2017 at 18:39. Facebook
A study of the venomous fang blennies’ bite produces surprising results—rather than pain, it delivers a narcotic effect to its victim.
A study of the venomous fang blennies bite produces surprising resultsrather than

Little Tropical Fish With a Big, Venomous Bite

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Heino Mahanen
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04/17/2017 at 18:28. Facebook
#NewSpecies #Spiderman Web-slinging vermetid worm-snail found on Florida shipwreck, named (obviously) “Spiderman”
NewSpecies Spiderman Webslinging vermetid wormsnail found on Florida shipwreck n

'Spiderman' worm-snails discovered on Florida shipwreck

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#EarthDay2017 - An international team of divers from The Florida Aquarium and the National Aquarium of Cuba have constructed an underwater staghorn coral nursey in Cuban waters. The underwater coral nursery, located in Peninsula National Park, off the westernmost point of Cuba, was created by anchoring 20 “trees” to the ocean floor, 15 feet in length and able to hold up to 60 coral fragments each.
EarthDay2017 An international team of divers from The Florida Aquarium and the

Florida Aquarium helps create underwater coral nursery in Cuba

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The spotted mandarin (Synchiropus picturatus) is a resident of tidal creeks, mangrove swamps, and lagoon patch reefs in its native Western Pacific habitat. Like other dragonets, S. picturatus usually ignores tankmates unless they are closely related. If you want to keep more than one to a tank, keep either one male with one or two females, or all females, to avoid squabbles. (Photo: James W....
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The spotted mandarin Synchiropus picturatus is a resident of tidal creeks mangrove
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#FishQuiz - Can you guess what fish this is?
FishQuiz Can you guess what fish this is
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#FreakyFish - Piranhas, arowanas, African butterflies, upside-down cats, and more! Check out Mark Denaro’s “Freshwater Oddballs from Around the World,” our feature article from the Mar/Apr 2017 issue of TFH. (Photo: Aquariumphoto.dk/Johnny Jensen)

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FreakyFish Piranhas arowanas African butterflies upsidedown cats and more Check out Mark

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#FreakyFriday #PoolHopping Florida homeowner hears a crash, finds a large catfish enjoying a dip in his swimming pool. “Who would expect a fish?...I would expect maybe anything but a fish.”
FreakyFriday PoolHopping Florida homeowner hears a crash finds a large catfish enjoying

Man Hears Huge Crash — Then Finds A Fish In His Pool

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Kevin Brown
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#OutOfSight – Researchers have discovered the first known European cave fish after diver Joachim Kreiselmaier spotted the fish, a Barbatula sp. loach showing adaptations to subterranean life, while exploring a difficult-to-reach underwater cave system in southern Germany. "No more than 30 divers have ever reached the place where the fish have been found," said Kreiselmaier.
OutOfSight Researchers have discovered the first known European cave fish after diver

Surprise discovery of Europe's first cave fish

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#Answer The leaf scorpionfish (Taenianotus triacanthus) is an ambush predator found on tropical coral reefs, where it mimics a dead leaf lying on the substrate, gently swaying side-to-side to resemble a leaf in the current -- up until the moment an unfortunate victim happens by to become its next meal. Photo by Bob Fenner
Answer The leaf scorpionfish Taenianotus triacanthus is an ambush predator found on
Ryan Picard
#FishQuiz Handle with care! Can anyone ID this fish from the dorsal fin alone?
FishQuiz Handle with care Can anyone ID this fish from the dorsal fin alone
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John Kent
#answer True! Skipping your pond fish's feeding one day a week can help to keep their digestive systems regular.
answer True Skipping your pond fishs feeding one day a week can
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#TrueorFalse It can be beneficial to skip feeding your pond fish a day or two a week. Check back later for the answer!
TrueorFalse It can be beneficial to skip feeding your pond fish a
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