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By Mark Real Aquatics | December 19, 2018

Today we ask the question, what is brackish water? In simple terms...

Water Wonders Blog - In this regular feature, we explore water related wonders, including bizzare facts, figures and fishy knowledge. Check out our other regular blog features via our website and Facebook page!

 

Salt marsh

 

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By Mark Real Aquatics | December 18, 2018

Today we ask the question, just how salty are our oceans?

Water Wonders Blog - In this regular feature, we explore water related wonders, including bizzare facts, figures and fishy knowledge. Check out our other regular blog features via our website and Facebook page!

 

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By Mark Real Aquatics | December 11, 2018

Today we answer the question, just how big are our oceans?

Water Wonders Blog - In this regular feature, we explore water related wonders, including bizzare facts, figures and fishy knowledge. Check out our other regular blog features via our website and Facebook page!

 

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By Mark Real Aquatics | December 04, 2018

We are very lucky, living on an island as we do, to be surrounded by some truly fascinating sea and shoreland life. We hope you'll enjoy this regular feature of exploring sealife resident to our shores. Check out this summary of our regular Facebook feature exploring the sealife around the coastline of the UK. Here we explore rock pools!

 

 rock pool

 

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By Mark Real Aquatics | November 07, 2018

A look at Helostoma temminkii, or the Pink Kissing Gourami. A delightful community tropical fish.

 

Freshwater fish are those that spend some or all of their lives in fresh water, such as rivers and lakes. These environments differ from marine conditions in many ways, the most obvious being the difference in levels of salinity (less than 0.05%) We generally split them into coldwater and tropical groups, and here we showcase some of the finest species.

 

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By Mark Real Aquatics | November 01, 2018

A look at Kryptopterus bicirrhus, or the Glass Catfish. Also known as the X-ray Catfish. A delightful community tropical fish.

 

Freshwater fish are those that spend some or all of their lives in fresh water, such as rivers and lakes. These environments differ from marine conditions in many ways, the most obvious being the difference in levels of salinity (less than 0.05%) We generally split them into coldwater and tropical groups, and here we showcase some of the finest species.

 

Glass catfish

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By Mark Real Aquatics | November 01, 2018

Apex predators are animals at the top of their respective food chains, generally not preyed upon by other animals (Man not included!) Check out this blog to discover the apex predators of the ocean!

 

giant pacific octopus

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By Mark Real Aquatics | October 23, 2018

WATERLIFE FISH DISEASE CHARTS - PONDS

Unsure of how to diagnose and treat a pond fish disease?

Refer to these charts produced by the experts at Waterlife Research. Each chart contains details of recommended treatments. Click the link above for full details.

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By Mark Real Aquatics | October 23, 2018

WATERLIFE FISH DISEASE CHARTS - MARINE AQUARIA

Unsure of how to diagnose and treat a fish disease?

Refer to these charts produced by the experts at Waterlife Research. Each chart contains details of recommended treatments. Click the link above for full details.

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By Mark Real Aquatics | October 23, 2018

WATERLIFE FISH DISEASE CHARTS - FRESHWATER AQUARIA

Unsure of how to diagnose and treat a fish disease?

Refer to these charts produced by the experts at Waterlife Research. Each chart contains details of recommended treatments. Click the link above for full details.

 

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