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HD Wide Screen Video of The Lionfish.
There are several species of Lionfish, and all saltwater fish that are native to the tropical Indo-Pacific region of the world. But various species of Lionfish are now found in other regions of the world, because people have introduced them as invasive species in other regions, such as the Caribbean Sea. We know of no reports of Lionfish breeding in captivity. We hope you enjoy these videos and our comments.
The iMacquarium, as shown above
Hello, This is Kurt from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, I really enjoy your program and listen to it every week. I tell people about your show and website all the time. The local Aquarium club here know about your show and many of the people who work in the larger Pet Franchises also knew who you were instantly when I mentioned your show. I am becoming less surprised all the time at how many people know who the Bailey brothers are.
The reason I am writing is I came across an interesting aquarium system I thought you might find unique. This system seems to be the work of an entrepreneur by the name of Jake Harms. I just found the web site yesterday but I spent almost an hour clicking back and forth through the pictures.
I think it would be very interesting for the premier Pet Fish show in North America to explore the different aspects of the imaquariums.
"The following is the "Fun News" segment for episode 73 of For Mac Eyes Only. I released it separately because it was too long to insert into the main show, but it was an interesting conversation and one I thought you would enjoy as well.
My talk is with Jake Harms, a 24 year old Mac Fanatic, who wanted to tell us about a project he's undertaken to rebuild first generation iMacs as Aquariums... "
Thank you for the great entertainment and informative shows you put on. Kurt.
Tiny microbes beneath the sea floor, distinct from life on the Earth's surface, may account for one-tenth of the Earth's living biomass, according to an interdisciplinary team of researchers, but many of these minute creatures are living on a geologic timescale. "Our first study, back in 2006, made some estimates that the cells could double every 100 to 2,000 years," says Jennifer F. Biddle, PhD. recipient in biochemistry and former postdoctoral fellow in geosciences, Penn State. "Now we have the first comprehensive look at the genetic makeup of these microbes." Biddle is now a postdoctoral associate at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Click here to read more.
Links to "Fish in the News" from Robert in NJ.
(1) Hi Tom and Nevin. I saw this story and I am trying to get as much attention to this to help them get a good home. I don't know if you have any contact in KY or not. If you could post this on Pet Fish Talk I would greatly Appreciate it. Your Friend, Robert In NJ.
(2) Hi Tom And Nevin, here are this weekís finds sorry itís so late. I have a couple of questions that I donít seem to get a chance to ask when I call in so here it goes. I am redoing my air system and I am wondering which air line to use of the three types? what last the longest? I am drawing a blank ... Your friend, Robert in NJ.
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