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About Jameshong

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  • Birthday 06/26/1966

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  • Country
    Singapore
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    Jurong West
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    DIY, Swimming, reefing.

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  1. Need special packing and shipping insurance... Sent from my HMA-L29 using Tapatalk
  2. Which skimmer are u running in your sump? Sent from my HMA-L29 using Tapatalk
  3. Shipping fee is not going to be cheap.. Sent from my HMA-L29 using Tapatalk
  4. What is the water level at the skimmer chamber in the sump? Sent from my HMA-L29 using Tapatalk
  5. What is the water level at the skimmer chamber in the sump? Sent from my HMA-L29 using Tapatalk
  6. What is the water level at the skimmer chamber in the sump? Sent from my HMA-L29 using Tapatalk
  7. What is the price for RSK300? Will ReefLED available soon?
  8. All Taken. Mod, pls close this thread ...tq.
  9. I have some leftover Calcium, Sodium Bi-Carbonate, Magnesium and some DI resin to give away... PM me if you are keen but I reserve the right who I deal with.
  10. 1) ReDDeviLs - Bouna Vista 2) patricklhc -opposite west very nearby 3) inwear / Andrew - West 4) SubzeroLT - Bt Batok / Near Little Guilin 5) xiggie - CCK crescent 6) Chein - Chinese garden 7) dinGdinG - Tiong Bahru (I consider borderline west 8) dominik - lengkok bahru 9) Jameshong - Jurong West (3 months later ---> East)
  11. New house coming...new setup preparation...lol !!!

  12. This Octopus Is So Adorable That Scientists Might Name It ‘Adorabilis’ http://Some say she looks like a ghost from the Pac-Man video game, but she's anything but spooky. In fact, the fist-sized pink octopus is so cute scientists may call her "Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis." Some say she looks like a ghost from the Pac-Man video game, but she's anything but spooky. In fact, the fist-sized pink octopus is so cute scientists may call her "Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis." Researchers in California are looking for an appropriate Latin species designation for the mysterious cephalopod and, while little is yet known about it, few would deny that the specimens found so far are adorable. Stephanie Bush of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute said that after a year of study she is preparing to submit a report to a scientific review that would confer a name on the species, a form of Flapjack octopus. "New species are discovered every year, not all of them get described, it can take a lot of time, years sometimes," she said. Some other species have been deemed adorable -- such as Lophornis adorabilis, the White-crested Coquette hummingbird -- and Bush said: "I don't see any obvious reason why it would be inappropriate ... it's easy to pronounce and popular with the public." Aside from how she looks, we don't know much more about the new octopus, it lives in deep cold waters and the 12 individuals that have been studied so far have all been female. "They spend most of their time on the bottom, sitting on the sediment, but they need to move around to find food, mates," Bush said. Bush is trying to incubate a batch of octopus eggs in her laboratory, but they develop very slowly because of the cold temperature of the deep ocean and may not hatch for two or three years. Anyone charmed enough by the cute creature to want to see one in the wild would have to dive in the Pacific to between 200 and 600 meters to where the water is only 6 degrees Celsius (42 Fahrenheit).
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