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Stanford researchers create Hydrogen Fuel from Seawater

Stanford researchers create Hydrogen Fuel from Seawater

hello everyone! The researchers from the Stanford University have created a new kind of device that can split the sea water that means salt water into hydrogen fuel and oxygen easily. It is an important invention, because it can help to fight against the climate change problems. Actually this process is not entirely new, the …

Top 10 Aquarium Fish that grows to Large Sizes

We all sometime might have kept fishes in aquarium for seeing their vivid color and watching them swimming in water is relaxing experience after all. And there are those fish keeping hobbyist that like to grow giant fish or you call them monster fish keepers. Now there are both aggressive and non-aggressive fish that grows …

Why Fish Can Drink Salt Water And We Can’t

Salt is everywhere on our planet, but some animals evolved to live in it while, others didn’t; what happened there? What caused this split? Sup salty dogs, thanks for watching DNews, I’m Trace. Water is everywhere and is one of the main reasons life was able to evolve on Earth. It’s pretty great. Salt is …

Tuatara – National Aquarium of New Zealand

Tuatara – National Aquarium of New Zealand

Tuatara Hi, my name is Matt Gowan, I’m an Aquarist/Diver here at the National Aquarium of New Zealand, and my job involves looking after all the exhibits, maintaining, feeding, cleaning, and doing a lot of scuba diving here, feeding the sharks, stingrays etc. Fantastic job. The Tuatara has been around since the age of the …

Akoya pearls or freshwater pearls?

Akoya pearls or freshwater pearls?

Welcome to Raleigh Diamond! It’s a great day because I just got some new friends in from one of our favorite suppliers, Imperial Pearl. These are Akoya strands — so, salt and cold water pearls, cultured in Japan. Now, these are a special high luster set that comes from just one farm, one oyster-producing farm, …

Facts: The Saltwater Crocodile

Facts: The Saltwater Crocodile

The saltwater crocodile is the largest living reptile in the world. Males typically grow to about 17 ft (5 m) long, with females growing slightly smaller. These crocodiles were hunted extensively for their meat, skin, and eggs until the 1970s, driving their populations to near extinction. However, due to conservation measures, their numbers have greatly …

feeding saltwater fish – 125 gallon aquarium

They swarm together when they see me. They know it’s time to eat. Collard greens rubberbanded to pvc pipe is fed daily. All the tangs love it. Naso Tang Hand feeding Tangs Nori – seaweed – by two little fishies JBJ 45 – all clown tank – picasso clowns Eating frozen shrimp – floating in …