Clicks for ...

Home Page
 
Search this Site

  Koi for Sale
The Show Archive
  MP3 PodCasts
  iTunes & iPod
 
Tropical Fish Information.

Links to ...

Interviews
  Discus Fish
  Breeding Rams
 
Buying Angelfish
  How to be a Volunteer
  EcoBio-Blocks
  Piranha Realm
  One And Only
  CKNX Radio

  Ocean GEOtronic
  Breeding Ancistrus
 
Breeding Convicts
 
Saltwater Aquarium
 
Visiting a Fish Breeder
 
Breeding Angels
 
Breeding Cory Catfish
 
Training Fish
 
Rockfish
 
Jelly Fish!
 
Sea Dragons
Special Shows
  Live Foods
  Buying Used Aquariums
 
Denitrification
  Aquarium Photography
  Cyanobacteria
  Mbunas Spawning
 
Malawi Bloat
  Fish Shapes
 
Killifish
 
Breeding Oscars
 
Aquarium Water
 
Building a Fish Room
  Mbunas of Lake Malawi
 
Get Rid of Small Snails
 
Guppys & Mollies
 
Stingrays
 
Starting a Pond
 
All about Fish Bowls
 
Betta Fish Info
 
How to Breed Fish
 
Shrimp Eggs
 
The 7 Essentials

 
Your New Aquarium
 
Champion Koi
 
How to Move Fish
 

Buy Cichlid Stones - Aquarium Caves, ornaments, and decorations.

More Links ...

Our Sponsors
 
All about The Hosts
 
Tech Support
Link to Us
Your Privacy

Our Disclaimer
Contact Us
AquariumFish.net
AQuarium Videos
Administration
 

Decorations and Ornaments for Aquariums.Aquarium Supplies.pondsBuy Cichlid Stones - Aquarium Caves, ornaments, and decorations.

What We Do. 

This web site contains information about Pet Fish Talk, the weekly internet talk show about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.
Click here to hear a
Pet Fish Talk Show now.
 
Pet Fish Talk.
The banner, shown above, links to a web page with more information.
Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.
 
Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.

Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.

Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds. Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.
Pet Fish Talk.

Educators, this logo indicates that this web page contains educational materials. Click here to go to another page in this website with links to more educational materials.

     For the May 23, 2007 Pet Fish Talk Show.
     
In this show the Bailey Brothers talk with callers and read questions from listeners.
     
Click here now to hear all
four segments of this show.
 
Click here to read the notes at the bottom of this page about how to follow the links in this Listening Guide.
 
       
Listening Guide with Comments, Pictures, and Links for this Week's Pet Fish Talk Show
 
Segment One
Fish in the News. Each week the Bailey Brothers start the Pet Fish Talk Show with some fun and interesting stories about fish in the news.
 
 
Female Hammerhead Shark.   A Female Shark,
like this Hammerhead, can fertilize her own eggs and give birth without sperm from a male shark.
 
Coelacanth Fish. A Coelacanth,
an ancient fish once thought to have become extinct at the time of the dinosaurs, floats in a quarantine pool, after being caught in the sea near Indonesia.
 
Genicanthus bellus, a medium size Angelfish. Genicanthus bellus
is a medium sized saltwater Angelfish that is normally found in extremely deep waters, but was observed in shallow waters in Cenderawasih Bay.
 
A Baby Zebra Shark
that recently hatched from an egg at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia.
 
 
At the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska,
A Female Shark Fertilizes her own Eggs.
Researchers analyzed the DNA of a shark born in 2001 in the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska. The shark was born in a tank with three potential mothers, none of whom had contact with a male hammerhead for at least three years. Before the study, many shark experts had presumed that the Nebraska birth involved a female shark's well-documented ability to store sperm for a lengthy period of time. Doing this for six months is common, while three years would be exceptional, they agreed. But analysis of the baby shark's DNA found no trace of any chromosomal contribution from a male partner. Click here to read more.
 
In Manado, Indonesia,
An Indonesian Fisherman catches a Coelacanth.
An Indonesian fisherman has caught a coelacanth, an ancient fish once thought to have become extinct at the time of the dinosaurs, a fishery expert said on Monday. Click here to read more.
 
Off the coast of Indonesia's Papua Province
Bird's Head Seascape is Richest Ecosystem on Earth.
Not far from the Foja Mountains, where a team recently discovered a "lost world" of rare plants and animals, another expedition has found a new trove of extraordinary marine biodiversity in a region known as the Bird's Head Seascape, off the coast of Indonesia's Papua Province. Click here and here to read more. Special thanks to Daniel From North Carolina for sending us the link to this story.
 
In Atlanta, Georgia,
Two Baby Zebra Sharks hatch in the Georgia Aquarium.
The Georgia Aquarium introduced its newest hatchlings on Tuesday -- a pair of zebra shark pups that are the first to hatch from about 13 zebra shark egg pods. A female zebra shark hatched on March 30 and the male followed on April 5. The pups are being kept in a special tank on the upper level of the Aquarium. They are being fed three times a day and handlers note they have healthy appetites. The newborn sharks are the first of several viable egg cases that were laid by a female shark in the Ocean Voyager exhibit late last year. It takes about six to nine months for the pups to hatch and, when they are born, the markings give them their names. Click here to read more.
 
More in Atlanta, Georgia,
School Teachers asked To Help the Georgia Aquarium.
The new Education Director at the Georgia Aquarium, Al George, wants teachers to help shape what students can learn at the facility. "What I would love to do is for a teacher to challenge us," he said. Right now, the Georgia Aquarium accommodates about 300 students for field trips in both the mornings and again in the afternoons. But George would like to see more students. He would also like teachers who go beyond the shallow end of thinking of how to best use the aquarium with the curriculum. "We've only scratched the surface," George said. Click here to read more.
 
In the U.S. and Australia
Scientists plan to Fight Global Warming with Plankton.
ONE of the Earth's major natural barriers to global warming could be strengthened by the first commercial venture to grow vast plankton blooms. US eco-restoration firm Planktos intends to drop tonnes of powdered iron into the Pacific in a two-year project which aims to induce the growth of plankton. Some scientists believe the iron seeding technique will help reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere after research published on Friday showed that atmospheric carbon dioxide is no longer being absorbed by the Southern Ocean at the rate it used to be. Click here to read more.
 
In Nyssa, Oregon,
Local Future Farmers of America sells Homegrown Fish.
In the second week of September, Chad Cruickshank, agricultural teacher at Nyssa High School, ordered 300 tilapia, a common name used for a variety of cichlid fish. “The fish were sent overnight and only weighed about 1 or 2 grams,” Cruickshank said. When the fish arrived, students from his Wildlife and Natural Resources, Advance Agricultural Leadership Class, began caring for the fish. “This is a lot of hands on,” he said. The students were in charge of giving the fish a clean habitat, feeding the fish and maintaining a proper pH level in the water. To date the Nyssa Future Farmers of America chapter has delivered 60 pounds of tilapia to the Red Apple grocery store, and Cruickshank said he has about 40 more pounds to deliver. “As soon as I deliver the fish, Red Apple has them packaged and on the shelf,” he said. “The sell out within 24 hours.” Click here to read more.
 
Two New Books to Review
Fathoms Deep, a Diverse and Endangered World.
(1) The Silent Deep: The Discovery, Ecology, and Conservation of the Deep Sea by Tony Koslow, University of Chicago, 270 pp., illustrated, $35.00.
(2)
The Deep: The Extraordinary Creatures of the Abyss by Claire Nouvian,
University of Chicago, 252 pp., illustrated, $45.00.
Click here to read more.
 
In the Chesapeake Bay
The Hydrilla Plant Benefits the Ecosystem.
The robust exotic Hydrilla first appeared and began to flourish in the fresh water reaches of the tidal Potomac River just as management investments to reduce nutrient loads from sewage treatment plants were beginning to take effect. Submerged aquatic vegetation is an important ecosystem resource for fish and waterfowl and it was feared that the expansion of Hydrilla would impair the reemergence of native species, but this has not proven to be the case. Click here to read more.
 
In the United States
What is the Most Popular Pet?
In the list of America’s most popular pets, freshwater fish hold third place behind cats and dogs, but when the actual number of pets owned is counted, freshwater fish blow away the competition — 139 million are being fed or stared at right now, as opposed to about 90 million cats and nearly 74 million dogs. Click here to read more.
 
In Beverly Hills, California,
He Always Wanted a Big Aquarium !
So when Nathan Hochman, a 43-year-old attorney, moved his family into a gated Beverly Hills community, one of the first things he did was install a 370-gallon, see-through tropical saltwater aquarium. "We could have bought a piece of art and put it there, but this is better," he said. "This is a living piece of art." Lionfish, dogface puffers and an orange-and-white striped clownfish named Nemo are a few of the subjects now frolicking in the watery "art" work for which Hochman shelled out tens of thousands of dollars. And he's not alone. Click here to read more.
 
Segment Two
 
Segment Three
 
Segment Four
 
A Big Sincere Thank-you for calling during the show to
Kenny from Wisconsin and
Chris from Western Australia
The Bailey Brothers encourage YOU to call Pet Fish Talk
during the show and talk about your pet fish.
 
 
Download of this Entire Show
Here's how: Right-Click here, then click on "Save Target (or Link) As ...".  Navigate to the folder you prefer, and click on the button labeled "Save". Later you can copy the MP3-file to your iPod or other MP3-player.
You can also burn files to CDs, then play them in a CD-player.
Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.
Subscribe to the Pet Fish Talk - News Feed. Click on this image now.  Click here to download the PodCast for this show.
Pet Fish Talk about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.
Click here to buy an MP3-enabled CD-Player, or click here to buy an MP3-Player, or click here to buy an Apple iPod, which can all play Pet Fish Talk Shows.
 
 
There are lots of Pet Fish Talk Shows.
Click here now to go to the Archive, where you'll find links to more than 360 Pet Fish Talk Shows.
 
Click here to go to our Search Page, where you can search for any topic that we have discussed in any show.
 
 
 
How to Follow the Links on this Page.
Each Pet Fish Talk show has several segments. You can see these segments listed above with the titles
Segment One Segment Two. . .  Click on these underlined segment titles to open the Windows Media Player and begin playing the audio for that segment.
 
As you listen to Pet Fish Talk, you can also follow other underlined links to related web pages with pictures, videos, and more information about the topics being discuss during the show.
 
If Pet Fish Talk will not play on your computer, click here for technical support.
 
 
 How to Customize this Page. 
If this web page looks too small or too narrow, hold down the keyboard key marked "Ctrl" then press down on the key marked +, and this web page should get bigger. If you overdue it and this page gets too big, hold down the same "Ctrl" key and press down on the key marked - to make this page smaller.
 
Repeat, until this page looks just right to you. In this way you can customize the appearance of our website in your computer. This tip will work simultaneously on all the pages in this website, and your computer should remember what you've done the next time you come back to this site, unless you're using an ancient version of a browser.  ;^ o
 
 
 The advertisement, shown below, links to this advertiser's web site.
 
Copyright © 2002-2014 Pet Fish Talk. All Rights Reserved. No part of the contents of
this web site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means
without the written permission of Pet Fish Talk.
tropical, fish, goldfish, aquarium, petXtreme Cichlid Diet - tropical fish food
IMPORTANT: Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of our
Privacy Agreement and our Disclaimer. Click here to read our
Disclaimer, and click here to read our Privacy Agreement.
tropical, fish, goldfish, aquarium, pet
Click here for our street address, phone number,
fax, and email address.
Buy Angelfish and Angel Fish for sale at AquariumFish.net, where buying an Angelfish is fun.
This page updated on September 02, 2013.
Feeding Baby Brine Shrimp to Baby FishEcoBio-Blocks for aquariums.Cichlid Stones - Aquarium Decorations
To the Top of this Page
  buying, buy, for sale, retail, supplier, stores, store, dealerTropical FishChampion Koi, Koi Show, Judging Koi, Buying Koi, and Raising Champion Koi.Buy live aquatic plants for sale at aquariumFish.net, where buying live aquarium plants is fun. The TV Series about Aquariums and Pet Fish. Hosted by DrTom and Nevin, The Bailey Brothers.