Last week was sort of an interesting one. Besides having to wade through all of the April Fool’s Day hoopla, we saw a couple of stories that could spell disaster for the aquarium industry. Spanning the week of March 31st through April 6, we saw the announcement of the ‘Finding Nemo’ sequel, how the 2011 Japanese tsunami could lead to invasive fish in US waters, an interesting clownfish morph from ORA, how ‘Finding Dory’ might impact blue hippo tang numbers, and a retooled proposal to list several coral species under the Endangered Species Act. And in addition to our top articles, our 4/1/13 Tip of the Day made it onto the latests Reef Threads Podcast. We hope you enjoyed the articles, and as always, we’ll have another week full of aquarium hobby coverage ahead of us, so stay tuned.
- ‘Finding Dory’ Announced as Sequel to Pixar’s ‘Finding Nemo’
- Tsunami Debris Possibly an Unlikely Source for Invasive Non-native Fish
- This ORA Clownfish Morph Has Bunny Ears
- What Effect Will ‘Finding Dory’ Have on Blue Hippo Tangs?
- Public Commentary on the Proposed Regulations for 66 Reef-building Corals Ends Very Soon