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Here's a very surprising coral recently posted by Walt Smith Int'l Fiji. Too good to be true, right?
Here's the link to the video on Facebook (turn your speakers down): https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=2&theater
And a bunch of images. It came out of the ocean like this; it's not some man-made merging of two colors. Neat find.
I spotted this on Facebook today. Image by Reefkoi. Look at the size of the polyps that opened up on this Chalice coral. I read that it's from Jason Fox's collection.
There are endless dive spots to visit in the world, but there’s no doubt in my mind that Galapagos is on the “bucket list” of every diver out there. I know it has always been on mine, and it absolutely did not disappoint. While the rules and regulations have changed a bit over the last few years with regard to combined land/water-based trips, you can still experience both underwater and topside locations on the same trip. Ideally, it would be perfect to book two weeks or more in Galapagos, the first
You've seen her on Reef Addicts, either via article, video, or blog. You heard her on our podcast. Now, you can get even more Jessy right here: http://blog.aquanerd.com/2013/05/wom...ica-timko.html
Congratulations, Jessy. (Jessy period) That's my ex-FBGOTW, people.
April 20, 2013 - Richardson Texas: Our club had the first frag swap of the year inside the community room of the St Barnabas Presbyterian Church on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. About 100 people or more converged on the swap to buy, sell, and trade corals.
As previously stated, our frag swaps have come a long way from what I attended a decade ago. Gone are the tables full of small bags of water, replaced by aquariums lit with LED fixtures to showcase the abundant selections available
Updated 04-21-2013 at 06:15 PM by melev