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18/05/2016 | Review: Live marine foods from KoralSea Irelands KoralSea has branched out into live phyto- and zooplankton in the form of K-Zoo, K-Phyto and K-Fuzz. Dave Wolfenden tries them out. full text...

13/05/2016 | Product recall: Tetra ProLine heaters Tetra is recalling all its ProLine aquarium heaters as a precaution due to concerns that a fault discovered on some models in the range may lead to tanks overheating. full text...

13/05/2016 | Your tanks: Peter Busani Peter Busani has only kept tanks for three and a half years, but he has one of the densest reef set-ups in the land. Nathan Hill finds out how he got off to such a great start. full text...

12/05/2016 | Could your fish be Britains Next Pet Model? Amazon is looking for seven new animal stars to feature on its Pets Store and in a series of videos - and your fish could be one of them! full text...

11/05/2016 | Highly endangered Devils Hole pupfish found dead following vandalism A $5,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of three vandals who entered Devils Hole in Death Valley National Park in Nevada on the evening of April 30, leaving one of only 115 remaining Devils Hole pupfish dead. full text...

11/05/2016 | Save 51% on Practical Fishkeeping - and get a Fluval U2 filter! Subscribe this month and pay by direct debit and save up to *51% a year! Plus, get this fantastic Rolf C. Hagen Fluval U2 filter - easy to use, quiet running and suitable for fresh or saltwater aquariums. full text...

11/05/2016 | Fish health special in June 2016 issue of PFK The June 2016 issue of Practical Fishkeeping includes an 11-page spotlight on common fish health problems with information to help you ID and treat them - and advice on how to stop diseases getting into your tank in the first place. Check out what else is in the June magazine... full text...

07/05/2016 | Video: Stunning deep sea jellyfish discovered At first sight this weird and beautiful jellyfish just doesnt look real. But the footage of this hydromedusa was shot last month by a team from NOAAs Deepwater Exploration of the Marianas expedition. full text...

05/05/2016 | Me and my tank: Johannah Moorhouse Meet a reader who has created a highly attractive community aquarium using artificial plants. full text...

05/05/2016 | Review: Cylindrical aquarium from Norrom If youre dead set in your mind that you dont like lifestyle tanks, youll hate this. But I implore you to remain open if youre on the fence, as the Norrom has novelty mileage, says Nathan Hill. Unlike many tanks from non-aquatic companies, this one has been thought through. full text...

05/05/2016 | Buy the latest issue of PFK and get FREE UK next day delivery! Did you know that you can now buy the latest issue of Practical Fishkeeping magazine online for delivery to your door the very next day? And you won't even have to pay the postage if you live in the UK! full text...

04/05/2016 | New rollercoaster aims to help shark conservation A new shark-themed ride, opening next month at SeaWorld, is hoped will help raise awareness of the plight sharks face from commercial fishing. full text...

04/05/2016 | Record numbers turn out for opening of new store Over 1,500 families and avid fishkeepers attended the official opening of a new store by Fishkeeper Scotland in Dobbies Garden Centre, Braehead at the bank holiday weekend. full text...

29/04/2016 | Huge coral reef discovered at the mouth of the Amazon! Researchers were amazed to discover a 600-mile long stretch of coral reef beneath the muddy waters at the mouth of the Amazon River in Brazil. full text...

29/04/2016 | Promiscuous corals may survive bleaching Some corals can acquire new types of algae from their environment after bleaching, which may make the coral more heat-tolerant and enhance their recovery. full text...

29/04/2016 | Navy called in to deal with two unexploded sea urchins! The Australian Navy were called in last week after a snorkeler mistook a pair of sea urchins for unexploded anti-shipping mines. full text...

21/04/2016 | Take part in a fish health survey! If you have a few minutes to spare, why not take part in an online fishkeeping and fish health survey? full text...

21/04/2016 | Job vacancy: Full time fish house staff required Want to turn your hobby into a career? Read on... full text...

16/04/2016 | Reader review: iQuatics Aqualumi Universal T5 light bar We asked PFK reader Michael Hughes to take a look at this latest retrofit lighting offering from iQuatics. full text...

16/04/2016 | Octopus escapes from aquarium and heads back to sea A public aquarium in New Zealand is missing one of its residents, after an octopus clambered from his tank and made his away across the floor overnight. Its thought he then slipped into a drainpipe that leads directly to the sea. full text...

14/04/2016 | Retail staff witness marine conservation in action Staff from Maidenhead Aquatics have been visiting Bali, Indonesia, to see how one organisation is working to promote sustainable practices that will benefit the fishkeeping hobby in the future. full text...

14/04/2016 | Join Practical Fishkeeping for our 50th birthday celebrations! Practical Fishkeeping is 50 years old and were celebrating this month with a bigger, 132-page anniversary magazine! full text...

14/04/2016 | Save money when you subscribe to Practical Fishkeeping! Take advantage of this fabulous subscription offer and pay just 3 for the next three issues of PFK. full text...

13/04/2016 | Maidenhead Aquatics: Improving the lives of children in Kenya In its search for the highest-quality fish and invertebrates, Maidenhead Aquatics uses suppliers from all over the world, with one of its most trusted suppliers based in Kenya. Understanding the need to give back to these communities, the company has been supporting a project to improve education for the children there. full text...

13/04/2016 | Piggybacking rays spotted on Great Barrier Reef Pink whiprays have been caught on camera for the first time riding on the backs of their larger relatives. full text...

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