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Bacterial product actually works, study finds
Bacterial product actually works, study finds
Many commercially available nitrifying bacterial products claim their use can make it safe to add fish to new aquarium set-ups almost immediate...
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Thom Berriman on Wednesday 18 August, 2010, 15:35
Coral reef cryopreservation project starts
Coral reefs threatened by rising sea temperatures are set to be frozen in a last ditch effort to preserve them for the futu...
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Thom Berriman on Tuesday 24 November, 2009, 0:00
Aquarist attacked by shark
A diver at the Deep Sea World aquarium in Scotland has been bitten by an Angel sha...
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Thom Berriman on Tuesday 24 November, 2009, 0:00
Vets remove hook from captive shark's mouth
A Nurse shark is recovering at the Sea Life Centre in Weymouth after undergoing an operation to remove a fish hook lodged in its j...
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Thom Berriman on Friday 16 October, 2009, 1:00
4000 fish die in airport hold-up
Over 4,000 fish have died after being held up in customs at an airport in the Russian Black Sea resort city of Soc...
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Thom Berriman on Monday 14 September, 2009, 1:00
Five pristine coral reefs discovered off Scotland
Scientists have explored five pristine coral reefs off the coast of Scotla...
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Thom Berriman on Tuesday 25 August, 2009, 1:00
British marine wildlife at risk
Britain s marine life is at continuing risk from human activity according to a report from the World Wide Fund for Natu...
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Thom Berriman on Wednesday 22 July, 2009, 1:00
Blue Planet makes point about giant fish
The Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire is using some unplanned additions to their livestock to make a big poi...
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Thom Berriman on Wednesday 8 July, 2009, 1:00
Sand gobies eat offspring when risks too high
Sand gobies will consume their own eggs if they believe that the costs of trying to raise the brood outweigh the benefits, a new study has sho...
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Thom Berriman on Wednesday 8 July, 2009, 1:00
London Aquarium re-opens
The Sea Life London Aquarium re-opened its doors last week following a 5 million redevelopme...
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Thom Berriman on Tuesday 14 April, 2009, 1:00


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