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Hawaii has historically always been one of the most sustainable and well managed fisheries that provides an abundance of beautiful species that have long been enjoyed by aquarium trade.
A great friend and charter contributor to CORAL Magazine, Robert M. (Bob) Fenner died in his sleep at his home in San Diego, California, on May 7, 2020.
Wild harlequin shrimps that live in waters in the East Pacific typically have deep pinkish-purple spots with yellow edges, while those that live in the Indian Ocean and the West Pacific tend to be...
It was around six years ago that Jamie Craggs and the Horniman Museum & Gardens first successfully spawned and raised Acropora corals in an aquarium environment. Now this same team has succeeded...
The Florida Aquarium has made a breakthrough that will help save "America's Great Barrier Reef," the third largest coral reef in the world. For the first time in world history, the aquarium in...
A team of Scientist and Aquarist from the Florida Aquarium, last month broke the news for spawning in captivity for the first time, the last remaining live colonies of Pillar coral (Dendrogyra...
The year 2019 started off pretty great for Sam Teicher and Gator Halpern. Theyd been listed on the Forbes 30 under 30 and won a UN Young Champions of the Earth Prize.
The Tennessee Aquarium wants to help parents kick off their new role as homeschool teachers. The aquarium created Weekday Wonders, a series of free, science-at-home lessons that will help kids get...
Most of us have heard that coral reefs around the world are dying, largely because of warmer ocean temperatures and the increased acidity of seawater, but few people realize why that is important to...
Mark Erdmann is the vice president of Asia-Pacific marine programs at Conservation International, where he spends almost as much time underwater discovering new species as he does helping communities...