Did you know? The number of bacteria in just a drop of seawater is enormous - between 2,500 and 350,000. That means there are an estimated 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (billions of trillion) bacteria in the sea. The number of stars in the universe is dwarfed by comparison (you would need to take away 8 zeros). The microbes in ocean water look.
Yes, even the ocean produces both flowery and grape-like specimens, along with some other unusual (or mythical) plants. Our aquariums not only allow one to enjoy many different species of fish and corals, but these colorful and interesting species of algae and plants as well. This particular section of one of our custom see-through saltwater reef aquariums is growing a green.
This photo was taken of the reef inside one of our saltwater aquariums - a 5' high, 600-gallon custom "built-in" saltwater aquarium. As you can see, this aquarium contains a diverse group of colorful marine animals, as it is full of life! There are corals, fish, snails, worms, sponges, shrimp, cucumbers, starfish, hermit crabs, and urchin. Speaking of urchin -.
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in both the universe and on Earth. It helps make the two (2) most important bodies of water in existence: the outer ocean and the inner ocean. The outer ocean, or the sea, covers almost 70% of our planet’s surface and the inner ocean makes up almost 70% of the human body. The Power.
We use many different kinds of living filters in our saltwater aquariums to keep them clean. Some of these natural filters are invertebrates, which are not only interesting and colorful, but also fascinating to view. The invertebrate shown in this post is of an "Electric Flame Scallop" and helps keep the saltwater in our aquariums clear by feeding on micro-plankton suspended.
A lot of people have been asking us what the beautiful "red flowery-looking" thing is above the Seahorse in our last post, so we decided to dedicate a post about it. This red flowery thing is actually an animal. It is called a Crinoid Feather Star, and is classified as an Echinoderm, which is the Phylum that consists of Starfish, Sea Urchins, Sand.