The Tropical Fish Catalogs blog is really a mini window into the main site. It does a few things like:
-- keeps you updated on any new web pages that got created on tropical-fish-catalogs.com... (no, you dont need to give me your email address, the news goes to you anyway, cool right?)
-- fills you in on a unique perspective of tropical fish...
-- provides you an idea of downtown aquariums, fish markets and stores near you...
-- lets you in on current and trending news on fish related topics and more!
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overfishing is real, seriously.
Not at all a Tropical Fish issue specifically, but probably a general issue everywhere just the same. Hugh (of the 'River Cottage' series) has done, and is still trying to, get public attention on the plight of fish discards in the European Commercial Fishing Industry. Its totally cool that he is doing this and something that I am sure you will find important. So surf on over there!
A phenomenal idea! Reinventing a mechanism that is more than 100 years old. Why talk about it? Well human waste ultimately gets into water (80% of the time untreated!). Most likely this is more true in the tropical regions which are poorer, so think of the poor fishies, its a big deal!
Habitat destruction is a serious threat for fish. And its not just about water pollution!
Harlequin Rasbora fish facts that you wanted to know but dint know where to ask!
Water pollution is a huge problem for fish and for you and me too.
A unique view of types of fish, behaviors, anecdotes, experiences.