Embracing a plug and play aquarium for personal coral reefs

Video update of Red Sea Max Reef after 17 months

Posted on Apr 4, 2012 in Equipment, Fish, Reef Critters, Video | 0 comments

The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. Video update of the Red Sea Max Reef and it’s growth after 17 months. I am disappointed in the quality of this quick video. This was filmed with the iPhone 4S but I need to get a better video camera. Any suggestion? My last video update of the tank was 8 months ago and posted again below for comparison. The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube.  ...

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2 Videos of the Red Sea Max S-500 from Australia

Posted on Nov 3, 2011 in Equipment, RSM S-Series, Video | 0 comments

Have you heard of the all new Red Sea Max S-Series all-in-one plug and play aquarium? No, then you can read about it here and watch an underground video. If you have, then there is no doubt you want more because you can’t get your hands on a tank until November (UK) or December (US). However, Majestic Aquariums has it in Australia and the videos are linked below for you. I guess you can get your hands on it by visiting Australia. Australia’s first Red Sea Max S-500 Part 1 The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube.   Australia’s second Red Sea Max S-500 Part 2 The Adobe Flash Player is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash Player or Watch this video on YouTube. And of...

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First ever documentary of the bonding of a Clownfish and Anemone

Posted on Oct 18, 2011 in Featured, Fish, Video | 0 comments

I have had a Maroon Clownfish for some time now in my Red Sea Max 250 tank, from the time it was very small. The Clownfish was tank raised and I am not sure if it was ever exposed to an Anemone before coming to my tank. I, like most people, enjoy watching Clownfish in Anemones but didn’t want to have one in my tank since Anemones’ tentacles sting and I didn’t want it killing my corals. The Anemone is an animal and will move around on it’s own to find optimal light and water flow in the aquarium, so even if I place it in a safe place, it may “walk” to another spot that can cause harm. They also “split” to form other Anemones and that could be trouble since detaching them from live rock can kill...

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