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Hurricane Irma 2017

Posted by Pete Brizio on 9/28/2017
Hurricane Irma 2017
Hurricane Irma was intense and left some people without access to their homes, clean water or power.

Does My Tap Water Have Chloramines?

Posted by M Brizio on 4/4/2016
Does My Tap Water Have Chloramines?
View the EPA map

The Controversy Over Waste Water Ratios in Residential Reverse Osmosis

Posted by M. Brizio President on 12/2/2015
Why waste water?

Our New Summer Intern!

Posted by Misty on 6/9/2015
We'd like to introduce our new summer intern- Sherese.

Another Classroom! We are so lucky!

Posted by AquaFX Staff on 6/4/2015
Another Classroom!  We are so lucky!
Thank you to everyone who Blogs with us! We have updated a couple of options, so I may lose some of the content. Please feel free to post, re-post or just repose.

Tank Maintenance

Posted by Misty on 5/1/2015
Tank Maintenance...

Even While on Vacation....

Posted by Misty on 5/1/2015
Even while on vacation...

Classroom Reef Aquarium at Sequoia Middle School

Posted by Staff on 3/27/2015
We are working on the plumbing now and hope to have water in it within two weeks......

Mr. Garrison's Tank

Posted by Doug on 3/25/2015
Today, a photo of Mr. Garrison's aquarium came in the mail. 

Creatures Of The Tranch

Posted by Administrator on 8/13/2014 to News

Creatures of the Trench

Not to far from Japan lays one of the de parts of the ocean, the Marianna Trench. There are some very unique creatures that thrive in these deep waters.One of the sharks that roam this area is called the goblin shark, if you saw a picture of one you would understand why it got it’s name. Its mouth and jaws are shaped very oddly compared to a normal shark. There are some fish that live in these freezing waters that produce natural light from bacteria in their bodies.One of these particular fish uses a lure that lights up to attract prey, this fish is called the angler fish and it is a scary looking devil.Another unique animal that lives in the trench is the Frilled shark, this shark has 25 rows of teeth and takes 3.5 years to give birth! The trench would not be complete without its very own octopi, one of the octopi species is the telescope octopus which has very sharp vision in these dark waters, its body is transparent which kind of resembles a ghost. There are many species in the Marianna Trench that are unidentified or undiscovered. Check out the video to see what national geographic has uncovered in this deep,dark,cold place.