A Full Tank Disaster

NGC: Fish Tank Kings 2: episode 204 Ep Code: 9661 IBMS: 041721

A trip to the paradise should be a reason to celebrate; but Living Color’s new tank assignment in the beautiful Grand Cayman Islands is proving to be more difficult than they had anticipated. Trish and Claude Yonnet have commissioned Fish Tank Kings to build their dream centerpiece in their newly-constructed beach home. The only problem is that the fish variety they have their eyes on, local Cayman Island marine life, are illegal to extract. What should be a simple solution for fish expert, Francis Yupangco,  is yet another kink in the knot with this week’s escapades. Francis has a few things up his sleeve, distracting him from this week’s big project.

Watch this episode of Fish Tank Kings: Love’s a Beach on WILD Saturday JUNE 22 9PM

Comments

  1. Jo
    Ga
    June 23, 2013, 2:44 pm

    I just watched the loves a beach episode and th fish geek is telling the cayman owners that all the fish can be found in cayman…well nothing ticks me off more than false info clown fish are not found in the Caribbean. These shows need to be accurate.

  2. MarilynC
    United States
    July 22, 2013, 8:27 am

    Why does Nat Geo continue to glorify the ‘extracting’ of the wildlife? If these fish are illegal to extract anywhere, it is because they are in dire straits everywhere!. And you ought to know that wildlife is in peril, all of it, yet these shows continue to glorify the mantra that the animals were put on earth for man’s use/abuse. Get real. Put out a show with another view of life, that of leaving it standing, swimming, living and breathing without man stalking him/her at every corner of the earth. Put on a show about what goes on behind the scenes of American farm industries, you know, the ones that are so hidden from American consciousness that to take a picture of them can land one behind bars. Why not take that theme and run with it for a change?

  3. Michael Goldman
    United Kingdom
    May 3, 2015, 3:59 am

    Just watched show for the 1st time and thought it was superb.
    Amazing work done by living color aquariums.
    mIchael