We are compiling an introductory video series …

We are compiling an introductory video series on the care of sharks in saltwater aquariums. In this series we will touch on sourcing sharks sustainably, incubating eggs, hatching, conditioning onto nutritionally complete frozen diets, long term husbandry considerations, and choosing the proper environment which is safe and stimulating for the captive shark.

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Look At That Smile!!!

Look At That Smile!!!

Scarus quoyi is a reef safe parrotfish that hails from the Great Barrier Reef. These bright and intelligent fish are active swimmers with a thick, muscular body, making them prized show fish for larger community reef tanks.

All parrotfish have fused teeth which continue to grow as they age. They need limestone based rocky substrates to graze on and file down their teeth. At this size they are mostly herbivorous, and may require the addition of hardened algae based prepared foods if grazing levels in aquarium do not sufficiently file down teeth.

These fish require experienced and vigilant care to ensure they stay healthy and happy in captivity. If we do not find this fish a suitable home elsewhere, we will move it into a 400 gallon reef display in our aquarium showroom.

Labouti Wrasse are some of the most colorful f…

Labouti Wrasse are some of the most colorful fish kept in aquariums. They communicate by flashing vivid iridescent blues, purples, greens, and yellows across their strikingly patterned and colored bodies. They are active swimmers that will quickly dart across the aquarium, so Large reef aquariums make good homes for a male and several females. When kept in this configuration, the male and the females will court with ritualistic dances, spawning rises, and flashes of bright coloration.

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