• You are viewing the forum as a Guest, please login (you can use your Facebook, Twitter, Google or Microsoft account to login) or register using this link: Log in or Sign Up
  • You can now follow UKAPS on Instagram.

Aquarium Related Videos On TV

Sentral

Member
Joined
28 Jun 2011
Messages
284
Location
London
Just came across the full series of Amazon Abyss on SeeSaw, a small expedition into the Amazon. There's a few decent shots of biotopes and tropical fish, could be better but well worth a watch if you're bored.

http://www.seesaw.com/TV/Factual/b-13559-Amazon-Abyss

There is also http://en.aquanet.tv/ which have a few decent videos on there.

Anybody have other resources? I think it'd be useful to have them all collated here?

Ben
 

Antoni

Member
Joined
25 Jan 2009
Messages
816
Location
Pompey
Re: Amazon Abyss (Aquarium Related Videos)

I vote with 2 hands for that!

Great documentary! Love it! Would love more to be there... :D
 

Sentral

Member
Thread starter
Joined
28 Jun 2011
Messages
284
Location
London
Re: Amazon Abyss (Aquarium Related Videos)

ghostsword said:
Very good idea, maybe a section on the forum for online video links?
Yes I think this would be quite popular, as users could post the videos they have in their journal also
 

ghostsword

Member
Joined
19 Nov 2009
Messages
3,422
Location
Cape Town, South Africa
Amazon Abyss (Aquarium Related Videos)

The more we look at biotopes the more apparent it is the lack of information there is. This is where UKAPS can come to the rescue, not just doing aquascaping but dealing with all facets of plant keeping.


---
- .
 

Ian Holdich

Member
Joined
18 Feb 2010
Messages
3,312
Location
lincoln uk
Re: Amazon Abyss (Aquarium Related Videos)

^^that is quite true, there is very little on the basics of biotopes on the net.
 

ghostsword

Member
Joined
19 Nov 2009
Messages
3,422
Location
Cape Town, South Africa
Amazon Abyss (Aquarium Related Videos)

I believe that we got a biotope section on the forum, so maybe further split it in sections, so first by continents, then by countries, then we can add the rivers and lakes.

Stuff like this is very useful for education and to assist others.


---
- .
 
Top