It may look like a forest, but this actually an aquarium. Check out the rest of these mind-blowing aquascapes from a recent competition.
Aquascapes: The art of creating delicate underwater gardens
The highly competitive world of aquascaping — artfully arranging aquatic plants, rocks and other objects in an aquarium — combines biology, design, landscaping and a great deal of patience.
It can take months or even years to complete an aquascape, but the finished products are nothing short of amazing.
Have you mind blown with more unbelievable aquascape photos.
Why can’t Russian belugas move to Atlanta?
The U.S. has denied the Georgia Aquarium’s request to import 18 belugas from Russia, a landmark decision in the long-running debate over whales in captivity.
Can 1 man photograph every animal species on Earth?
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore is on a mission to photograph every species in zoos and aquariums — and help save them in the process.
Baby beluga is a girl
The new calf is developing well, playing with her mother and interacting with the other beluga whales at the Chicago-based aquarium.
Shark performs surgery, saves baby sharks from disaster
The rare event happened in front of amazed spectators at a New Zealand aquarium.
Photo of the day: Adorable goldfish flashes a human-like smile
A goldfish smiles for the camera while swimming amongst dozens of other fish inside the “Art Aquarium,” an aquatic art installation designed by aquarist Hidetomo Kimura that will be on display in Tokyo from Aug. 17 until Sept. 24.
An indoor goldfish garden
Want to meld your love of greenery and aquatic life with a koi pond but don’t have the space to do it? Here’s an intriguing solution: A 2-in-1 planter and fishbowl.