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Bath’s Blenny, at home in the Indian Ocean…

Bath’s Blenny, at home in the Indian Ocean…

Bath’s Blenny, at home in the Indian Ocean, where aquarium traders use dynamite and cyanide to collect reef wildlife—what doesn’t die is sold to home hobbyists. Cyanide exposure shortens life. So demand is up for Hawaii critters, while traffickers COCK A DOODLE DO—no...
Fishing?

Fishing?

A flame angelfish decided to live at Ulua reef on Maui. Word got out in an hour. People rushed down to see it, and in another hour it was gone—in a bucket. An aquarium collector snatched it for a $10 sale. Not long after that the Maui County Council ran the aquarium...
Mothra Redux

Mothra Redux

Scientists now believe that it was hummingbird moth who actually mutated into Mothra in the Fukushima classic now enjoying massive rerun and coming soon to a continent near you.

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