The ocean. Its limitless expanse excite and beckon and uncharted depths simultaneously frighten and fascinate. It was here millions of years ago life appeared. Resting on the red, or any other tropical sea, you’ll want to bring a piece of primeval indescribable beauty of the underwater splendor is home? Find a place and make a saltwater aquarium in my apartment.
What is marine aquarium
It’s an underwater world, where everything you see, enjoying life. Fish, plants, invertebrates. And even the stones. Yes, the stones also live here, of course, this requires professional care. Decided to put this miracle at home? Then meet with the marine aquarium closer. Continue reading
MARINE AQUARIUM, a vessel for keeping marine animals and plants. Is usually large in size (200 litres), as its inhabitants usually larger than the inhabitants of freshwater aquariums. Compared to freshwater marine aquarium is more time-consuming in use, since the secret of the successful maintenance of marine fish is the maintenance of conditions corresponding to their natural habitat. Often contain well-dressed inhabitants of tropical coral reefs. It is interesting to contain cold-water marine life. Such an aquarium should be in the summer especially cool.
Sea water is prepared artificially by division or from commercially available ready mixes for marine aquariums. It must have a salinity of 30-35‰, pH of 8.0 to 8.4, temperature depending on the content types. You need a constant control of temperature, pH, density (measured by hydrometer) and water salinity. Continue reading
Red sea (Arabian Gulf), which is a magnet for divers of all countries, has a diverse flora and fauna.
There are about four hundred species of fish and about eight hundred other representatives of the animals. The absolute majority lives in the southern coastal shallows. A third of them live in the Red sea. Until 1869, the opening of the Suez canal, endemic species were much more, but since then the flora and fauna of the Mediterranean and red seas were mixed.
Both on the surface and in depth (over 2800 meters) in the Red sea water has the same temperature. Up to +44° C, which was recorded in 1964. It is not only the warmest, but is also the most salty sea in the world. In one liter of water contains about forty grams of salts. Continue reading