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26/11/2015 | Review: aFAN pro aquarium cooling fan by AquaLighterUK Bob Mehen checks out this new offering from AquaLighterUK. full text...

26/11/2015 | Captive-bred Yellow tangs move one step closer! Its one of the most popular marine fish in the hobby, but the Yellow tang has so far evaded attempts to breed it successfully in captivity. Now researchers at Hawaii Pacific Universitys Oceanic Institute may have cracked it. full text...

26/11/2015 | Goldfish open day offers rare treats from Japan Surrey-based fancy goldfish specialist Star Fisheries is holding another of its popular open days on Sunday, November 15, 2015. full text...

26/11/2015 | First ever UK Aquascaping Champion crowned! The final of the first UK Aquascaping Championship took place on the J&K stand at the AQUA trade show this year by way of a live 'scape off. Antoni Dimitrov was crowned the first ever UK Aquascaping Champion. full text...

26/11/2015 | Nature photographers inflate live fish with air to attract eagle Footage of a group of wildlife photographers allegedly filling live fish with air and styrofoam in order to snap that perfect shot has sparked outrage. full text...

26/11/2015 | FishScience foods - now with insect meal FishScience new formula fish foods are nor rich in insect meal to replace much of the fish based ingredients that are traditionally used in fish foods. full text...

26/11/2015 | Buy a fish to put on the wall! If youre looking for that extra special Christmas present or want to drop a few hints check out the selection of stunning Flick Ford fish prints now available in the UK at the Aqualife Gallery. full text...

26/11/2015 | Three-eyed fish: Real or fake? Check out this video of a three-eyed catfish claimed to have been caught in the Gowanus Canal, which is located in Brooklyn, New York, and is one of the most polluted stretches of water in the US. full text...

26/11/2015 | Public aquarium on the Isle of Wight has closed A public aquarium on the Isle of Wight has closed down after more than 30 years, blaming a combination of rising costs, zoo licensing regulation, and the increase in the number of larger public aquaria. full text...

26/11/2015 | Kusuri branches out into marines Well known in the Koi world for its range of treatments, Kusuri has branched out into the marine market with a new medication for flukes. full text...

26/11/2015 | Me and my tank: Abdul Mufti Strong plant growth and colourful discus combine to make this set-up a real feast for the eyes. full text...

26/11/2015 | Top aquarists are triple winners at Bradford Show This Blue-green Betta won the Best in Show (with 87 points) for Mike Kirkham of the Association of Anabantoids of Great Britain. This was at the Bradford and DAS Autumn Open Show and Auction -its 68th - on Remembrance Sunday, November 8, 2015. full text...

26/11/2015 | This decorator crab knows how to dress! We just had to share with you this fabulous image of a decorator crab at Tropical Marine Centre's Bristol branch. full text...

26/11/2015 | Blue Reef takes stock from closed Isle of Wight aquarium Blue Reef Aquarium in Portsmouth is to be the new home for the fish and marine life formerly housed at the Fort Victoria Aquarium on the Isle of Wight, which shut earlier this month. full text...

26/11/2015 | Study shows that some corals can survive annual bleaching events A study has found that corals with high levels of fat or other energy reserves can withstand the impact of annual coral bleaching events, compared to those with lower levels of fat reserves. full text...

26/11/2015 | Plush plecs for Christmas? Nathan Hill is a sucker for these cuddly plecos... full text...

26/11/2015 | New Kessil AP700 LED light from Evolution Aqua UK Kessil distributor Evolution Aqua has introduced the new AP700 panel light, which breaks away from the traditional cylindrical form weve come to know from Kessil and instead manifests itself as a sleek, flat unit capable of lighting a 120 x 60cm/4 x 2ft reef tank on its own. full text...

26/11/2015 | Man electrocuted while cleaning garden pond An Australian pondkeeper living in Bali has died after being electrocuted while cleaning his garden pond. full text...

26/11/2015 | Fish cannot be returned to town pond following overhaul A councillor has branded as 'ridiculous' a ruling by the Environment Agency that dozens of Koi and goldfish cannot be returned to a Kent pond following dredging. full text...

26/11/2015 | School aquarium replaced following attack by vandals A school in Hampshire has its tropical aquarium up and running again after the original tank was smashed during a violent break in. full text...

26/11/2015 | Pioneering coral research seminar at London store Charterhouse Aquatics in London recently hosted a captive coral breeding presentation. full text...

26/11/2015 | Job vacancy at Evolution Aqua Evolution Aqua has a vacancy for an Area Sales Manager to cover its Northern territory. Interested in joining this fast growing company? Read on full text...

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26/11/2015 | 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...

26/11/2015 | January 2016 issue of PFK on sale now! Take a look at some of the fabulous features we have lined up for you in the January 2016 issue of Practical Fishkeeping magazine. full text...

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