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On Sunday June 14th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Albert and Joe will be discussing something a little different than Nano Tanks. They will be discussing Tropical Biotopes of the Caribbean and Hawaiian Enviroments.
A Hawiian Biotope tank offers many choices to the aquarist. To make an aquarium a true "living picture of the Coral Reefs", we need to work harder to duplicate the whole environment of the fish. By doing this, we will see behaviors not normally seen in aquariums (such as two fish "helping" each other out, or interacting in a unique fashion) and have a more natural aquarium. Hawiian fish are colorful, plus, most are hand-caught and rather hardy. This is only a sample of the fish available from the region. Note: This does not wish to imply that all these fish are reef-safe, nor compatible with each other.
Often overlooked and underappreciated, the Atlantic biotopes are amazing aquariums. Sustainable inhabitants are here in our own backyards and ready for hobbyists to create new and interesting aquariums. Much can be learned about these animals from captive systems and hobbyists have a remarkable opportunity in front of them to participate in the process and progress.
Join us on "Food For Medicine" Live today...
Be sure to catch your favorite health duos Dr. Afivi Adiro, and Kenya Jones today, May 22nd 2015, as we tackle Dis-Eases that can be eliminated by eating the right foods.
Topic: "Tropical plant foods for health!"
We will discuss the health benefits of different tropical fruits and veggies as well as some medicinal properties they have.
Show time: 3pm PST/MST 5pm CST/6pm EST
Call in: 646-716-75725 Press #1
Food For Medicine, where we teach you to eat to live, not live to eat.. ~
On this week's episode of Tropical Fish Tuesday Freshwater mania, Fish Keeper Jeff will return to the Aquatic Wetline!! Aqua Alex and Fish Keeper Jeff will be coming into your fish room or your house to chat about some freshwater fish that you may have kept or you have currently kept! This will be a fun and awesome fish keeping show! Jeff and Alex will both chat about some of their personal favorite tropical fish species and then chat about some interesting fish topics!
Aqua Alex will discuss some of the following fish:
- green terror cichlids
- royal pleco
- and more!
Jeff will have his own fish list!!! Plus some of our topics will be: Decorations for freshwater aquariums, guide for buying new fish, and more!
Call in at 1 347-989-8142 to join the show!
On this 2nd episode of Tropical Fish Tuesday, Aqua Alex is going to chat about some of his personal favorite fish! Aqua Alex loves to chat about tropical fish so this will be a awesome show for shizzle! Aqua Alex promises to teach you a thing or 2 about his personal favorite fish!
On this week's episode, Aqua Alex will be discussing the following fish:
-L128 Blue Phantom Pleco
-Lima Shovelnose Catfish
-L200 Green Phantom Plecos
-Triple Beacon Pleco
- Flagtail Prochilodus
If Fish Keeper Jeff will be able to be on the show he will talk about:
And all of the freshwater puffers
Call in at 1 347-989-8142 to discuss some of your personal favorite fish!
AQUATIC WETLINE IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY HIKARI SALES USA, S.T. INTERNATION AQUARIUM SUPPLY, SCHOOL OF FISH INC, CHEESECAKES BY DEZIGN AND DAKOTA NETWORK'S PARANORMAL HOUR.
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex and Fish Keeper Jeff T. will sit back and chat fish! This will be very similar to our Aquarium Central series it will also be UNSCRIPTED but it will be educational and we will be speaking on some tropical fish that we love!!!!! What is in the fish tank for discussion tonight? Let's find out.what tropical fish is up for discussion tonight.
Aqua Alex will be discussing the following fish:
-Thinbar Silverdollar ( Myleus Schmoburgkii)
-Redhook Silverdollar ( Myleus Rubrippinnis)
-Pimedulla Blochii ( Four-Lined Pim)
- Silver Arowana
Fish Keeper Jeff T will discuss:
- Freshwater Dwarf Puffers and their care
-MBU Puffers, Fahaka Puffers, and Other Freshwater puffers
Feel free to call in at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions or join the chat.
“Thousands of forest fires are burning across the United States, Canada and Alaska right now. Some are caused by human negligence while others from natural causes brought on by Mother Nature; all having a devastating affect on the forests and surrounding areas near them. Or do they? While we can see the immediate damage fires leave in their wake, there is life that springs from the ashes and begins the cycle of renewal that has repeated for as long as this planet has been spinning around the sun. In todays show we will examine what is lost and what is gained after a forest has been wiped cleaned by a fire.”
The ornately colored sea anemone (uh-NEM-uh-nee) is named after the equally flashy terrestrial anemone flower. A close relative of coral and jellyfish, anemones are stinging polyps that spend most of their time attached to rocks on the sea bottom or on coral reefs waiting for fish to pass close enough to get ensnared in their venom-filled tentacles.
Their bodies are composed of an adhesive pedal disc, or foot, a cylindrical body, and an array of tentacles surrounding a central mouth. The tentacles are triggered by the slightest touch, firing a harpoon-like filament into their victim and injecting a paralyzing neurotoxin. The helpless prey is then guided into the mouth by the tentacles.
There are more than 1,000 sea anemone species found throughout the world’s oceans at various depths, although the largest and most varied occur in coastal tropical waters. They run the full spectrum of colors and can be as small as half an inch (1.25 centimeters) or as large as 6 feet (1.8 meters) across.
Join me for a conversation with Mary Reynolds Thompson, author of Reclaiming the Wild Soul. Come on a journey into Earth’s five great landscapes and explore them as aspects of our deeper, wilder selves. Where the inner and outer worlds meet, we discover the silence and simplicity of deserts, the mystery of forests, the flow of oceans and rivers, the inspiration of mountains, and the regenerative spirit of the grasslands. These are “soulscapes” revealing the beauty and magnificence of our own true nature, providing us with a path of personal transformation aligned with the healing of the wild Earth. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Oscar Alex and Discus Man William T. (AKA HANNAPRODISCUS FROM YOUTUBE) willl be discussing fish food for your tropical fish! What brands of fish food are best? We will compare the major brands from Hikari to Tetra to New Life Spectrum to all of the major brands and have a discussion on everything fish food.
Oscar Alex and Discus Man William T will be discussing how to choose fish food for your fish, how to feed your fish, and everything you need to know about fish food!
Questions? Call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142!
I will highlight the advantages of my new affiliation for direct ordering capabilities with Tropical Traditions.
This is yet another BH Sales Creative Solution to acquiring safe non GMO products. Tropical Traditions offers superior products and their customer service is an added benefit - both qualities are equally important! Tropical Traditions is a principles driven company that cares about all stages of bringing the products they source and sell to market.
They work directly with small family farmers in the Philippines and other places, thereby assuring both a specific quality of product as well as the fair compensation of the producers of that product. And for their customers they find inventive ways to keep prices down by offering regular sales as well as offering a buying club that one can use any time to get below sale prices by buying in bulk.
They always meet or exceed quality control of ingredients-
an outstanding company in every aspect of their business. Their products are excellent and you will be able to purchase many of the same organic products at a better price than when you can purchase them at the store, and you will save the time and money of driving to the store. They also offer excellent products
I also have written a blog at my http://www.kennelkelp.com/blog.html website containing more information:
Kelly talks with Dr. Kaberi Kar Gupta, Principal Scientist of the Urban Slender Loris Project, where citizens and scientists learn about this small nocturnal primate found only in Sri Lanka and Southern India in order to figure out how urban coexistance might be possible.
Slender lorises are arboreal and therefore require continuous forest canopy. This continuity is created by either large trees that are close to each other in old forests or by the climbing vines in forests where the understory is undisturbed. Their preferred diet is mostly insects and fruit.
Hello and welcome back to this weeks segment of Modern Contemporary Summer Beach House Interiors - Eco-Friendly Style. We discuss how to create the ultimate vacation space with design and aesthetics, while enhancing our environment with a getaway appeal . While discussing the use and benefits open air designs, we also show the aesthetics of gaining perspective for a tropical eco-friendly style beach house. We use sea themes, and incorporate different style elements for beach or cottage interiors, so join us tonight!
See ya there!
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