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Reef and Reed, a new company, manufactures and sells fish-shaped handbags, like this one of a Tomato Clown Fish, shown to the left. Click here now to visit Reef and Reed's web site.
A Beluga Whale named Puiji and her newly born calf swim to the the surface of the water at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois. The male calf was born at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 17th.
Healthy Corals growing in a basement reef at Reef Encounters in upstate New York. Click here to visit Reef Encounters.
Pacific Octopus, the newest arrival at Hatfield Marine Science Center at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR, photographed by Terry Dillman.
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Hello, I just noticed the octopus photo and story posted on your web site. I appreciate the credit for the photo and article, but I'd like to point out one error - the Hatfield Marine Science Center is located on the coast in Newport, Ore. It is a research affiliate and coastal campus of Oregon State University, which indeed is located in Corvallis, Ore.
The science center also boasts an internationally known aquarist program and a renowned fish doctor on site. I wrote an article about his efforts with pet fish, including koi. If you are interested in this article or in talking to him, let me know.
A big sincere
and to Amy
YOU to call
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