Aquarium Heater Controller

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    02/25/16 ,via Geeky Gadgets

    Current Labs have created a new smartphone aquarium monitor and control called Fishbit, which allows you to easily look after your fish and corals helping them thrive and stay healthy. Fishbit has been launched by the Kickstarter crowdfunding website

  • Protesters rally outside Georgia Aquarium for 'Empty the Tanks' - CBS46 News

    05/07/16 ,via CBS46 News Atlanta

    Animal advocates gathered outside the Georgia Aquarium Saturday, joining protesters at 60 sites worldwide for an 'Empty the Tanks' event. They're hoping to bring attention to aquarium patrons with a message that "marine animals belong in the sea".

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