More than 70 % of Earth is covered by water, but today people have only explored less than 10% of the world ocean. Many of us are interested to know what is a mysterious and wonderful world hidden under the water. Thanks to research and advances in the marine aquarium, You have the opportunity to bring the ocean to the earth’s surface. Now a wonderful marine aquariums can be installed in Your home, office or restaurant.
Marine aquarium as a key element of the decor of the restaurant is an effective marketing ploy that will attract new visitors and surprise regular customers. Colorful world of ocean is very attractive, its beauty calms and encourages us to see beauty, be inspired and to enjoy everything that is happening at the moment in Your restaurant. Continue reading
Is it possible to contain freshwater prawns with fish?
Of course you can! However, you should very carefully approach the choice of fish, which can be kept in an aquarium with freshwater shrimp. After all, for most freshwater fish shrimp are a familiar food in a natural environment. So if you don’t want to see fish feast for the whole world where your shrimp will act as a signature dish, we advise you to see a list of fish safe neighborhood with shrimp.
Agree, freshwater aquarium beauty cannot give way to the sea. Well-chosen plants, a variety of invertebrates (shrimp, crayfish, snails) may also complement a rainbow variety of tropical fish. What do you choose to run the fish in the aquarium with shrimp (or Vice versa) is not turned into Armageddon aquarium scale? Continue reading
Submit for review my first job on the coverage of the marine aquarium, so do not kick))))
Led lighting was made for the marine aquarium volume 110 liters of water, the size of the aquarium 50*50*50 cm originally stood for 4 fluorescent lamps with a total power of 48 watt factory-built, light them in practice white lamp and allocated a lot of heat.As in the main aquarium inhabitants it is the corals, I made special demands on lighting. Light in a reef aquarium is one of the most important aspects of well-being and successful content. Not only because it directly affects the life and growth of corals but also due to the influence of lighting used on the exterior decorative aquarium and its perception.
Corals need much more light than fish or shrimp. And they look (corals) are best under very specific, blue-violet, light. All this (size, power and spectrum) imposes essential restrictions on the choice of optimal light source for the marine aquarium. Continue reading