My name is James, and I am the founder of Saltwatercoraltank. I love everything about the ocean, and my main hobby is saltwater aquariums. Currently, I have 3 tanks that I maintain. I have a 130 gallon mixed as my main, and I prefer softies.

Blastomussa coral care

Blastomussa Coral Care Guide

The Blastomussa coral, which is sometimes called Pineapple coral, is a fantastic LPS (large polyp stony) for your reef tank. Because it has big fleshy polyps it can sometimes be confused with brain corals. When their polyps are open, then can sometimes be confused with mushroom anemone. Their beautiful colors and textures will add some…

bottlenose dolphin adaptation guide

Bottlenose Dolphin Adaptations Guide

When it comes to understanding bottlenose dolphin adaptations, it is important to understand what adaptations are. A simple definition is the physical or behavioral characteristicsm of an animal which allows it to thrive and survive in its environment. (Tursiops truncatus) Marine mammals like dolphins have a wide variety of these. Below is a comprehensive guide…

jellyfish facts

Jellyfish Facts And Questions

Jellyfish are simple creatures that are about 95% water. While most jellyfish are similar, some species do have advanced features. Jellies are one of the most remarkable creatures in the ocean, but they are also misunderstood. We take a look at some popular questions that always come up when jellyfish are being discussed. This is…

jellyfish

Do Jellyfish Have Eyes

Jellyfish, which are not actually fish, look like transparent blobs with tentacles floating in the ocean. They get their name based on the fact that they are made of 2 cellular layers with a jelly like substance in the middle called mesoglea. These creatures are very simple, and they are made up of 95% percent…

largest jellyfish in the world

What Is The Largest Jellyfish

There are thousands of species of jellyfish in the world’s oceans. These beautiful creatures can be found in the shallow waters of our beaches as well as the deep ocean. Some are harmless, and others are dangerous with deadly venom. Some are as small as a fingernail at adult stages, and others are larger than…