In an interesting development, scientists from the James Cook University in Queensland, Australia have documented for the first time how Lionfish use their pointed, venomous fins to initiate cooperative hunting missions.
During the study, Oona Lonnstedt and her colleagues built a special aquarium that held prey fish at one end. Continue reading Lionfish Wave Initiates Pack Hunt
Exciting research recently published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B has both provided an insight into a deadly coral disease and presented a potential method of treating the condition which could benefit not only wild corals, but also those in captivity.
With White Band Disease decimating coral reefs in the Caribbean, Continue reading Could Probiotics Treat Sick Corals?
We’ve just received news that one of the UKs leading marine magazines, and its tropical freshwater version, will sadly no longer be available.
Marine Habitat was a dedicated marine fishkeeping magazine which received a fantastic reception from the hobbyist, forum and trade communities alike. With a combination of a very hard working, innovative and motivated publishing team, and a panel of experienced and highly respected expert contributors, the magazine had secured itself as a trusted, valued, and sought after resource. We have no doubts that it will be sorely missed.
A new website has been created, on which further details have been provided pertaining to this decision.