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Coco Worm  Maximum size is roughly 7”. Much like feather dusters, this worm lives in a long tube with its fan displayed at one end. They are very peaceful and will stay where you put them in your reef, granted your fish don’t pick them up and carry them off! Coco worms are best kept in aquariums with well-mannered fish and invertebrates.

Feather dusters and fan worms are fascinating additions to any reef aquarium. Excellent for beginners, when feather dusters and fan worms are disturbed they can quickly retract into there tube for safety.

Great Beginner Fish for a Saltwater Aquarium: Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavescens)

Awesome Beginner Fish for a Saltwater Aquarium: Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavescens)

Thinking of keeping a clam in your saltwater aquarium?   We recently added some giant clams to the reef tanks in our office, so we wanted to share our best advice on purchasing, acclimating and caring for clams with you in today's Marine Depot video installment!

Thinking of keeping a clam in your saltwater aquarium? We recently added some giant clams to the reef tanks in our office, so we wanted to share our best adv.

Clownfish ID (coralmagazine July/August 2010) - Fish - Gallery - Nano-Reef.com Forums

There's no need to get two heaters. So for the subsequent six weeks you need to do water changes weekly. Normal water changes additionally help to maintain appropriate PH levels.

Blue sea slug (Glaucus atlanticus) ~ not exactly a baby animal but just as tiny and adorable!

Glaucus atlanticus (commonly known as the sea swallow, blue angel, blue glaucus, blue dragon, blue sea slug and blue ocean slug). This little sea slug eats poisonous jellyfish and stores their venom for its personal use

People All Over The World Are Going Nuts For These Little Sea Bunnies. I Must Have One!

People All Over The World Are Going Nuts For These Little Sea Bunnies. My teacher first showed these to me on her computer for a science project!