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Study shows that brine shrimp can move oceans!
Study shows that brine shrimp can move oceans!
They may not look as though they can make waves, but new research has found that the collective swimming motion of brine shrimp (Artemia salina) and other zooplankton can generate enough swirling flow to potentially influence the circulation of water in oceans....
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Practical Fishkeeping on Wednesday 1 October, 2014, 13:28
Don't miss the Festival of Fishkeeping this weekend!
Don't miss the Festival of Fishkeeping this weekend!
The FBAS Festival of Fishkeeping returns to Hounslow Urban Farm in Middlesex on October 4-5, 2014, for a fish-packed weekend and fun for all the fami...
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Practical Fishkeeping on Wednesday 1 October, 2014, 11:33
Free fish food with the November 2014 issue of PFK!
Free fish food with the November 2014 issue of PFK!
The latest issue of Practical Fishkeeping comes with a free sample of Fluval Tropical Flakes from Rolf C. Hagen. There's also loads of inspiration for tanks on a smaller scale - so if you thought you didn't have the space for another aquarium, think again! Check out some of this month's great features...
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Practical Fishkeeping on Wednesday 1 October, 2014, 10:45
Get the next three issues of PFK for just £5!
Get the next three issues of PFK for just £5!
Get a three-month subscription to Practical Fishkeeping at better than half pri...
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Practical Fishkeeping on Wednesday 1 October, 2014, 9:44
Is keeping a solitary clownfish cruel?
Is keeping a solitary clownfish cruel?
Is it stressful for a clownfish to be kept without a mate? Dave Wolfenden offers his thoughts to a reader who would like to keep a singleton in a smaller set-...
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Dave Wolfenden on Tuesday 30 September, 2014, 17:21
Why did this shrimp kill its tank mate?
Why did this shrimp kill its tank mate?
Dave Wolfenden advises a reader on why a Blood shrimp may have made a meal of a smaller tank ma...
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Dave Wolfenden on Tuesday 30 September, 2014, 17:15
Review: Aqua Medic Temperature Controller Twin
Review: Aqua Medic Temperature Controller Twin
Dave Wolfenden checks out this new product from Aqua Medic, which will be of particular interest to any marine fishkeeper who struggled with high temperatures during the summ...
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Dave Wolfenden on Tuesday 30 September, 2014, 17:01
Why are aquaponics so slow to take hold?
Why are aquaponics so slow to take hold?
It's the ultimate for 'green' households that want to keep fish, so why are no mainstream suppliers embracing the aquaponics concept, asks Nathan Hill...
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Nathan Hill on Thursday 25 September, 2014, 23:03
Planning permission runs out for NIRAH aquarium
Planning permission runs out for NIRAH aquarium
Planning permission for the NIRAH aquarium has expired, leading to calls for an explanation into where millions of pounds invested in the project has gone...
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Practical Fishkeeping on Thursday 25 September, 2014, 23:03
Sunfish auction raises over £12,500 for marine conservation
Sunfish auction raises over £12,500 for marine conservation
The National Marine Aquarium hosted the Making Waves auction this week which saw Plymouth’s very own sculpture trail of sunfish statues go under the hamm...
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Practical Fishkeeping on Thursday 25 September, 2014, 23:02


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