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02/02/2016 | Marble Ryukin to make UK debut at Star Fisheries' open day Star Fisheries is holding another of its very popular open day events at its premises in Surrey on Sunday, February 21. full text...

02/02/2016 | Video: Its a shark eat shark world! Visitors to an aquarium in South Korea were shocked to see one of the sharks swimming around with the remains of another shark hanging out of her mouth. full text...

30/01/2016 | Your tanks: Nick Ridout Why cram a tank with all the brightest fish you can find? We visit a reader who uses subtlety to create an intoxicating set-up. full text...

29/01/2016 | Review: Dennerle Dosator Nathan Hill checks out this new nutrient dosing device for aquarium plants. full text...

29/01/2016 | Review: Marina Vue 87 aquarium set Yay! A new tank that isnt a nano! Youve no idea how happy this makes me, writes Nathan Hill. full text...

29/01/2016 | Baby damsels in distress Long, hot summers can wreak havoc on the development of coral reef fish. full text...

28/01/2016 | Video: Woman feeds live goldfish to her African wild cat A former reality TV celebrity from Nevada has caused controversy by uploading a video that shows her emptying a bag of goldfish into the bathtub so that one of her pet Servals can catch and eat them. full text...

26/01/2016 | Two new plecs described Two new species of Hypancistrus from the Rio Negro drainage have been described. full text...

23/01/2016 | Video: Martin Lakin's 5,000 l reef tank Check out this footage we took on our recent visit to see reader Martin Lakin's enormous marine aquarium. full text...

23/01/2016 | CO2 could make marine fish drunk Carbon dioxide concentrations in seawater could reach levels high enough to make fish "intoxicated" and disoriented many decades earlier than previously thought. full text...

21/01/2016 | Abandoned goldfish needs a new home An 20cm/8in long fancy goldfish, found abandoned in a filthy tank under a bridge in Hampshire, is looking for a new home. full text...

21/01/2016 | Fish swim more silently with forked tails Fish with forked tails are more likely to be found across a range of water depths, including deeper habitats, where the shape of the tail may allow for stealth swimming. full text...

21/01/2016 | March 2016 issue of PFK on sale now! In the March issue of Practical Fishkeeping we reveal your top 20 aquarium fish, visit an amazing 5000 l reef tank and profile some tiny cichlids that live in shells. Plus, the most common fishkeeping mistakes and how not to make them... full text...

21/01/2016 | 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...

19/01/2016 | Reward offered in hunt for coral vandal A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a vandal who damaged a 120cm/48in area of coral in Guam. full text...

16/01/2016 | OASE expands with purchase of biOrb The OASE Group has announced it has acquired the assets of Reef One, home of the popular biOrb range of aquariums and accessories. full text...

16/01/2016 | Your tanks: Lee Colbert In a rat race where ever-increasingly complex set-ups are the norm, one reader at least can boast a successful tank with a real back to basics approach. full text...

14/01/2016 | Fish communicate to say safe Scientists have proved that fish communicate to stay safe from predators in the same way animals such as chimpanzees and elephants do. full text...

14/01/2016 | New Starter Line aquarium from Tetra Tetra has created a starter package for those wanting to take up fishkeeping for the first time. full text...

14/01/2016 | Review: Seashell 3D background from Maidenhead Aquatics Maidenhead sells a lot of tanks, including its own customised lines, so it stood to reason that it should introduce a range of solid backgrounds to compliment them, says Nathan Hill. full text...

14/01/2016 | Tetra welcomes spring with new pond care and food range Spring cleans are not only restricted to the home, they can also be a great time to give your pond some much needed attention in order to maintain a healthy environment for fish and plant wellbeing. full text...

12/01/2016 | Great day out for Aquascapers! UKAPS to host first dedicated live aquascaping event in Daventry on March 5th. full text...

12/01/2016 | Butterflyfish avoid seaweed contaminated coral A new study has shown that butterflyfish avoid coral that has come into contact with seaweed, even if the seaweed itself is no longer present. full text...

12/01/2016 | Swimmer impaled by catfish while swimming A woman had to have a catfish removed from her stomach after it impaled her with one of its pectoral spines. full text...

11/01/2016 | Great white shark dies days after going on exhibit Just three days after going on display at a public aquarium in Japan, the worlds only captive Great white shark has died. full text...

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