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    Esafe Aquarium

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    family gave me gift cards so I could buy the items I wanted, and I’m going to explain in three steps how to set up an aquarium and maintain it. First decision to make is where are you going to place your tank? Will you put it in the kitchen, your bedroom, the living room, and will you put it on a table or buy a stand to place it on? The benefits of purchasing a stand is that below the tank there is a cupboard to place your fish food, filters, net, extra lights, and water treatments to keep them hidden from sight. “One thing to keep in mind while looking for a place is to make sure it is near a power source and to keep it out of direct sunlight and drafts.”(1) After deciding upon a place to rest your tank, you need to then select the size of…

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    At first glance, the fishkeeping hobby may not seem complex. It can be both fun and satisfying to own an aquarium for people of all ages, especially those that generally enjoy animals. However, aquariums are essentially small, delicate ecosystems. Beginners have the option to explore either freshwater or saltwater aquariums. Each type comes with its own benefits and downfalls, though many find replicating an ocean, as is the case with saltwater aquariums, to be significantly more difficult than…

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    Saltwater angle aquariums come in various sizes to suit your necessities. The measure of your aquarium will decide what number of fish you can have as well as what assortments you can have since the difference in the extent of tropical fish shifts massively from an inch or two up to an astounding 18 inches. Dissimilar to freshwater angle aquariums, saltwater angle aquariums are more multifaceted to set up, require more upkeep and the aquarium itself in addition to the fish to go in it are more…

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    I chose the Vancouver Aquarium because it is known to be the largest aquarium in all of Canada and gives us a clear representation of why the Pacific Maritime is famous for their sea animals. One of Pacific Maritime’s most popular attraction is whale-watching but instead of making a game out of it and risk not seeing a whale, the Vancouver Aquarium represents the whales in a historic way. This particular Aquarium has a long past with whales like the killer whale, Moby Doll who was the second…

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    Tfi Aquarium Case Study

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    TFI Aquarium With over 120 fish tanks and pet cages in the shop TFI Aquarium and Pet Center was one of the bigger pet stores in the state of Iowa. TFI opened for business in April of 1972. The original address of the shop was on Broadway, but as the city of Altoona began to grow the address got changed to 8th St. SW Altoona in 1975. When TFI opened their were only 1500 people living in the Town. Due to TFI being one of the larger pet stores people who didn't even have the desire to go fishing…

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    5. Substrate and aquarium live rock: You need to know which substrate is best for your fish tank. There are different kinds and if you get the incorrect kind, you might finish up slaughtering your fish. Live rock is also important; it acts both as a filter and a source of nourishment for the fish. Both substrate and live rock are an important part of you saltwater fish supplies for their classy value in the tank as well. 6. Sea salts: You are keeping a saltwater aquarium you definitely need sea…

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    Saltwater Aquarium Essay

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    Saltwater aquariums can be quite exquisite, however, there is much to know before planning on setting up a saltwater aquarium in your home. There are many major factors that need to be taken into consideration before jumping into a long-term commitment with a saltwater aquarium of your own, such as tank size, decorations, and the different filtration systems, the many environmental factors that need to be monitored to guarantee a healthy habitat, the necessary lighting, the nitrogen cycle, and…

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    UCO Reflection Essay

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    (Effortless Aquaria) Scientists at the National Marine Aquarium recently studied how one of the exhibits was affecting the people viewing it. The peoples heart rates as well as blood pressure dropped as more fish were added and the people also reported having better moods after viewing the exhibit. (Gebelhoff) These benefits will help our students a lot as they may be preparing for a big test or for a presentation they may have that day. Costs/Timeline When I contacted the company for a price…

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    Betta Fish Research Paper

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    's a nice feeling to have betta fish for pet, and steps on how to care for betta fish is very much interesting topic to discuss. They truly can relieve work stress and even anxieties. Of course, who can resist from its flashy color, flaunting tails and alluring appeal? Betta fish is a tropical fish originally came from Asia. They come in different varieties and breed. Since they are freshwater fish, they are more likely to be placed in a small fish bowls or in a larger aquarium. They look…

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    Octopus Essay

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    8 paragraphs that describe the book of octopuses Octopuses are considered the world’s smartest invertebrate, which is one of the reasons that sparked Sy Montgomery’s interest in the animals. As a naturalist and author, she decided to explore the world of the octopus and describe her journey in her book “Soul of an Octopus”. Montgomery describes her journey from the beginning, giving readers facts and information about these interesting invertebrates, and describing how she developed a strong…

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