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Shark Fish

Shark Fish

Shark Fish

Shark Fish

Adventure traveling is for those who want to engage on something a little outside of the norm when vacationing. More and more people ar getting recommendations from friends and relatives who had finally taken the plunge. People ar breaking with tradition and instead of going to the beaches for vacation, they are instead dive into all out expeditions into seldom visited regions. It does not matter your age, if you have an adventurous spirit then adventure travel is for you. This kind of travel is more intriguing than the same old flight to Florida for its Read the rest of this entry »

Stingray Fish

Stingray Fish

Stingray Fish

Stingray Fish

The head of Queen Charlotte Sounds are tidal. The tide range is non huge, but the water being as shallow as it is, low tide reveals a great expanse of brownness. Ringed by lush native bush to the waterline, this little corner of Marlborough is paradise to a small boy. That great area of exposed mud, cluttered with stranded puddles of left behind sea, pockmarked with crab holes and their scuttling tenants, dark seaweed smell everywhere, draws like a magnet. Large holes left by monster snapper excavating for succulent molluscs with their bone crushing jaws, floated tremulous images before Read the rest of this entry »

Seahorse Fish

Seahorse Fish

Seahorse Fish

Seahorse Fish

Seahorses are one of the most graceful creatures you can keep on your tank. But they are also very fragile and just a basic salt water fish tank apparatus won’t be enough to keep them happy and healthy. In this small article we will explore the differences between a standard tank and a seahorse tank.

Starting with the size of the tank, unlike for other brine creatures, larger is non always better. For dwarf seahorses you need to provide nano tanks, which are just 2 to 20 gallons, but even for standard tanks you shouldn’t go Read the rest of this entry »