We have mentioned many times how impressed we are about the improvisation skills of aquarists around the world. And here we have a perfect example which is testament to this fact.
A new and innovative Marine Animal Isolation Device (MAID) ... but this time redesigned for Spider Crabs!
We are excited to have retrieved one of the earliest videos in which we demonstrated that our specialist gloves are well suited for a lot more than just snakes and lizards!
We at 1-2-1 are always mesmerised at the high level of creativity you, aquarists around the world, truly are blessed with.
Our new Flat Ray Nets are used successfully in preparation for the grand opening of The National Aquarium in Abu Dhabi.
We were extremely happy to have received a wonderful report from Scott Hadley and his team at Sealife Blankeberge in Belgium.
We are so very proud to see our Ray Tray successfully used by the National Aquarium in Baltimore, USA! They write..
We are always excited to see wonderful stories of animals being taken back to where they were born. In this instance we are well proud that the Océanopolis team has managed to move their 130 kilo Loggerhead Turtle successfully.
We are extremely pleased to have received some wonderful footage from the team at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center.
We are delighted to have received this lovely video footage from Amanda Foltz (Curator of Mammals & Reptiles) at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium.
We are very excited to see yet another application for our specialist animal handling gloves.
We, at 1-2-1, have certainly not been sitting still during the Corona Virus lockdown, but instead have worked hard on creating new devices for you guys! And today we are excited to present to you a device which we designed together with Graham Hill at the Deep in Hull, UK.
We were super chuffed to have received a great snapshot of a wonderful application for our Venom Defender Animal Handling Gloves!
We are delighted to see that the crazy guys at Flying Sharks have created a wonderful promotional video.
We are pleased to share an interesting article written by Joe Lavery, who is a Public Aquarium Specialist. He gives his advice on how to cut costs efficiently in order to help us get through these difficult times.
Parc Zoologique de Paris utilizes 1-2-1 products for successful Fresh Water Ray Procedure.
Thanks to group curator Oliver Buttling for sharing these photos and video of their marine animals being moved in order to facilitate the refurbishment at Oceanarium Bournemouth.
We are grateful to Marie Bournonville and her team at Aquarium-Muséum de l'Université de Liège for sharing these photos of them moving a big Grouper with the help of our Shark Carrier.
Thanks to Lilian and her team at Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden's Aquarium for sharing these photos of them performing health checks on the marine animals with the help of our products.
It was a lovely surprise to receive some incredible footage from our good friend and Aquatic Vet Márton Hoitsy from Hungary.
We are very excited, proud and fulfilled that the use of our products has helped Lilian and her team to move all marine animals into their new home.
We are pleased to see that our Large Ray Tray has been utilised to conduct an ultrasound on a female pregnant blacktip reef shark at Gardaland.
We are excited to see the Sealife Michigan team using our Small Ray Tray to conduct the annual physicals on their stingrays.
We are well pleased to see that The Blue Planet in Denmark is using our Rubber Landing Net to retrieve fish from their ocean tank.
We are proud to have received beautiful footage from The Deep in Hull, UK, of our Marine Animal Isolation Device (MAID) being used to isolate Sea Turtles.
We are proud to be exhibiting at the 10th International Aquarium Congress in Japan in Fukushima, Japan.
We are extremely pleased to have received wonderful video footage from our friends at the Florida Aquarium. It shows a Sand Tiger shark being caught with The Aquarium Vet Shark Bag and then subjected to a medical examination.
Once again we are excited to see that Rebecca Bray and her team at Mystic Aquarium are using our Venom Defender Animal Handling Gloves to safely conduct a routine physical examination for a Wobbegong Shark.
Recently we were asked by the Sealife group to design a Japanese Spider Crab Carrier.
Five baby otters have been given their first ever health check-ups at Chester Zoo with the help of our Animal Handling Gloves.
We're proud to see that Chester Zoo's hit TV series has been nominated for a BAFTA TV Award.
We are proud to have supplied each of the 51 PDSA hospitals in the UK with our Venom Defender Gloves.
We are pleased to have received footage of two 32 year old Lemon Sharks being transported from Emmen Zoo to the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth.
We are pleased to be presented with these photos of James Robson and his team at Sealife London handling a Giant Lobster with our Venom Defender gloves.
We're delighted to have received this report from Lewis Cocks in which he explains how The Aquarium Vet Shark Bag has been helping them to move Moray Eels.
We are exhibiting at the 2017 conference of the European Union of Aquarium Curators (EUAC) at Royal Burgers’ Zoo, Arnhem, The Netherlands from Monday October 23rd - to Friday October 27th.
We are extremely proud to see our products being used by Sealife London during a TV documentary on the Discovery Channel.
Jeffrey de Pauw has sent us a beautiful video of a delivery made by De Jong Marine Life to Aquarium de Biarritz in France.
Great to see our flagship product featured on Channel 4's Secret Life of the Zoo!
Chris Brown at Sealife inspects a Giant Lobster with the help of our Venom Defender Gloves.
We are delighted to have received this video from Jeffrey De Pauw at De Jong Marine Life. It shows the ease of use and versatility of our Feeding Grippers when offering food to Rhina ancylostoma & big black tips.
We are proud to have received great feedback from Lewis Cocks at Issham Aquatics after they used our Large Shark Carrier to move their Nurse Shark.
We are exhibiting at the 2016 International Aquarium Conference in Vancouver from 25th - 30th September.
We are proud to see our ‘Venom Defender’ Leg Guards used again by James Robson and his team at Sealife Birmingham whilst working with their Otters.
Tim Rowlands and his team at Chester Zoo conduct a Bat stock take...
We are pleased to have received these photos from Jeff Beals at Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium in Arizona.
After successfully launching our animal handling gloves as protection against the bites and scratches of cats at the London Vet Show, we are excited to have received photographs from Megan at Wood Street Veterinary Hospital.
At the end of last year Curator of Aquarium at ZSL London Zoo Brian Zimmerman’s team performed an ultrasound on one of their Potamotrygon hystrix stingrays.
We are delighted to see the team at the National Marine Aquarium successfully moving Lemon Sharks with the help of our Shark Carrier.
1-2-1 (Animal Handling) Products Ltd is proud to present footage from the BBC2 program 'Penguins on a plane: Great Animal Moves'.
We are proud to announce that Suzana Matyasova and her team at ZSL London Zoo are now using our Arm Guards as protection against the pecks from penguins.
We are proud to have recently helped Sealife - Jesolo, Italy transport a Sea Turtle using our Sea Turtle Carrier.
In this news feature we head to Manchester where displays curator Lucy Handel and the team at Sealife are preparing for opening and introducing the new Marine animals.
In this news feature we join Kevin Palmer at Reaseheath College in Nantwich, Cheshire to see how the Venom Defender Animal Handling Gloves are helping to care for the Bat Eared Foxes.
We are proud to announce that Sealife Birmingham has been using our specialized rubber landing nets successfully.
In this news feature we visit Sealife in Blackpool as they take on the challenge of transporting Sharks from their tanks in Blackpool to London.
Andy Laister, who lives in Jakarta Indonesia, sent us photographs of himself handling a stray Fruit Bat whilst wearing Venom Defender Animal Handling Gloves.
A shark has been transported more than 120 miles across England in a bid to encourage him to breed.
We're back from a fantastic NAC in Liverpool where we had the pleasure of meeting and chatting to many interesting people in the business.