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Im getting pi!

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Another ISO thread

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Betta Quiz

Betta Splendens Genetics

How much do you know about Betta Splendens genetics?

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Wild Bettas

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Welcome to the Wild side of Betta keeping and breeding - Wild Bettas!

This site has been created especially to foster a community of people who keep, breed and are interested in conserving the various species of wild Bettas.

This community website features a wiki style area for species descriptions, a forum for discussions, a real time chat application, events calendar, image galleries, quizzes, polls, and a fish keeping RSS feed among other things.  The collaboration zone is for senior community members to work together on projects such as breeding projects, article production, and species preservation projects.

The community also has a small online shop for sales of items from time to time including the hosting of small personal fish keeping websites.

This is a very new venture so any feedback of a constructive nature will be greatly appreciated.


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News from: Practical Fishkeeping

Could mackerel gonads change the world?

Scientific trials are underway to see if one fish can produce the offspring of another. If they can, it'll change the face of breeding and conservation as we know it, says Nathan Hill.

Is a relative of the Loch Ness monster living in a lake in Vermont?

Some people seem to think so, and with over 600 sightings of a snake-like creature in Lake Champlain in the past 400 years, a recording has been made which is claimed to prove its existence.

Red Sea unveils new range of rimless reef-ready systems

The new range of REEFER systems from Red Sea enables advanced hobbyists to create an affordable customised reef aquarium of their own by integrating their preferred choice of equipment into the REEFER?s advanced sump and water management system.

New Maxspect Gyre generator

The Maxspect Gyre is the world?s first Gyre generator. With four years of research and development this patent pending technology is now available for aquarium use. The unit is capable of moving huge volumes of water at low wattage, and utilises cross flow rather than propeller driven impellers to move the water.

Endangered frogs put in blender to make 'healing juice'

A species of aquatic frog, listed by the IUCN as critically endangered, is used as an ingredient in a juice that some Andean cultures believe has special healing powers.