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What is OtterAquatics?

OtterAquatics is an online community for ocean lovers to learn about the ocean, and how to engage with it, sustainably.
On the site, you can find various blog posts, ranging from scuba diving, aquariums, water sports, and more!


Why trust us

Austin has been obsessed with the ocean since he was 12 years old, when he made his first reef tank. At 16, he flew to Hawaii to get PADI Scuba Certified.

Our goal at OtterAquatics is to make it easier for those with an appreciation for nature and the ocean to engage

Latest Saltwater Aquarium Posts

Care Guide: Green Chromis

Scientific Name: Chromis viridis Care Level: Easy Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons Diet: Omnivore Temperament: Peaceful Green Chromis are known as some of the most

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Six Line Wrasse Care Guide & Facts

Scientific Name: Pseudocheilinus hexataenia Care Level: Easy Minimum Tank Size: 30 gallons Diet: Carnivore Temperament: Semi-aggressive Six Line Wrasses are some of the most beautiful

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Moorish Idol Care Guide

  Common Names: Moorish Idol   Scientific Names: Zanclus cornutus   Size: 20 – 25 cm max.   Minimum Tank Size: 400 liters (excluding filtration)

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Latest Freshwater Aquarium Posts

Butterfly Ram Care Guide

Common Names: Butterfly ram, dwarf cichlid, Scientific Names: Mikrophagus ramirezi, Apistogramma ramirezi, Papilochromis ramirezi Size: 1,5 – 2 inches Minimum Tank Size: 2ft (15 gal)

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Guppy Fish Care Guide

Guppyfish are one of the most popular hobbyist fish, and the mascot for the site. Guppies, despite their small size, can tolerate a wide range

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Discus Care Guide

Discus Overview Common Names: Discus, Discus Fish, Pampadour Fish Scientific Names: Symphysodon discus Size: 8 – 10 inches Minimum Tank Size: 75 gallon Care or

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