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11/03/2016 | Anti-social behaviour forces closure of aquatic shop An aquatic store in Exeter is to close at the end of April because local authorities have failed to tackle the problem of anti-social behaviour in the area, its owners claim. full text...

10/03/2016 | Job vacancy: Laguna Marketing Brand Co-ordinator This is an exciting opportunity to help manage and influence the future development of one the worlds largest water gardening brands. Interested? Read on... full text...

10/03/2016 | New aquatic shop opens in Dorset FishCove Aquatics opened for business in December 2015, located in the award winning Oaks Garden Centre in Wimborne, Dorset. full text...

09/03/2016 | Review: Shrimp King salts from Dennerle With shrimp continuing to increase their presence across the globe, and with an ardent fanbase prepared to spend what they need to keep them happy, its a surprise that a product as core as shrimp salts didnt become popular sooner, says Nathan Hill. full text...

07/03/2016 | Rare goldfish and UK firsts at Star Fisheries' Open Day Fancy goldfish specialist Star Fisheries is holding another of its very popular Open Days on Sunday March 20, 2016. full text...

07/03/2016 | Ghostly octopus discovered off Hawaii This little deep sea octopus is a new species - and may not even belong to any described genus. full text...

04/03/2016 | eaReef aquariums now available with a choice of lighting options eaReef, the popular reef-ready aquarium range from Evolution Aqua now offers two lighting options choose from either a Kessil or EcoTech Marine lighting bundle. full text...

04/03/2016 | OATA is looking for a new Chief Executive The Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association has announced the retirement of its long-standing Chief Executive Keith Davenport after 25 years in the post. full text...

04/03/2016 | Thousands of power filters recalled in the US and Canada A range of power filters, sold exclusively by the pet store chain PetSmart, is being recalled by the manufacturer. full text...

01/03/2016 | 29% off a subscription to PFK! For one day only, we are offering a special leap year deal on print subscriptions to Practical Fishkeeping. full text...

26/02/2016 | Video: Meet the sea snail that flies! A species of sea snail, aptly known as the Sea butterfly, flaps its wings to produce lift and propel itself though the water. full text...

25/02/2016 | Do deep sea fish have a 'dinner bell' at feeding time? New research finds there is a distinct sound coming from a massive community of fish, shrimp, jellies, and squid as they travel up and down from the depths of the ocean to the surface to feed. full text...

24/02/2016 | Wanted: Fishkeepers with 50 or more years of experience! Have you - or someone you know - been keeping fish for 50 years or more? If so, we want to hear from you! full text...

23/02/2016 | Enter the UK Aquascaping Championship! Entries for Round One of the UK Aquascaping Championship 2016 are now open. So if you have a talent for producing great aquarium layouts, why not give it a shot? full text...

19/02/2016 | Attempted robbery at Lincolnshire aquatic shop An attempted armed robbery at an aquatic shop in Grimsby was foiled after the suspect was tackled by staff. full text...

18/02/2016 | Fish feel touch through their fins The human fingertip is a finely tuned sensory machine, and even slight touches convey a great deal of information about our physical environment. It turns out, some fish use their pectoral fins in pretty much the same way - and through a surprisingly similar biological mechanism to mammals. full text...

18/02/2016 | April issue of PFK on sale now! In the April 2016 issue of Practical Fishkeeping you can discover how to set-up an action-packed aquarium for fish with real firepower, meet a whole host of fish that feed, court, breed or breathe out of water, and put together a deceptively simple aquascape with plants youll be able to grow. All this and much more... full text...

16/02/2016 | Video: Watch this giant isopod moult! One of the giant isopods at an aquarium in Japan has shed its exoskeleton - and it could be the first time the moulting process of these weird and wonderful animals has ever been observed. full text...

16/02/2016 | 'The TV helps my goldfish sleep at night', claims licence dodger That's one of the many bizarre reasons that have been given to officials over the last 12 months for failing to pay a TV licence fee. full text...

12/02/2016 | Review: More cuddly plecs from GreenPleco These plush suckermouthed catfish have proved a real hit here in the PFK office, and Nathan Hill can hardly contain himself over this latest batch... full text...

12/02/2016 | Discus, biotopes and aquascapes are focus of new show A new discus competition will take place in Italy in June this year, which also incorporates an international contest for biotope aquaria and aquascapes. full text...

11/02/2016 | How fish survive in a toxic environment A recent discovery has revealed new insights into how "extremophile" fish adapt to their challenging environments. full text...

10/02/2016 | Public aquarium sees 2000 fish deaths in nine months A newly renovated aquarium in India has lost more than 2000 of its fish in the nine months from March to December 2015. full text...

10/02/2016 | New genus of electric fish discovered Two new species and an entirely new genus of mormyrid have been described from the Gabon. full text...

06/02/2016 | Vote for Britains National Fish If Britain had a fish as its national symbol, which species would you choose? full text...

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