There are many symbiotic relationships found in the sea that are fascinating to witness. We first posted about the symbiotic relationship between cleaner shrimp and fish last year, then we posted about the symbiotic relationship between gobies and pistol shrimp earlier this year, and now we are posting about the amazing symbiotic relationship between clownfish and sea anemones. This particular relationship.
Well, not exactly. Servicing a saltwater aquarium is difficult, especially for children. However, our children did have a lot of fun this week on "National Bring Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day". They enjoyed helping and watching us clean saltwater reef aquariums in the office of a well-known Orthodontist located in New Jersey. They also liked viewing all of.
Alkaline water is what is needed to be constantly flowing back into the ocean from rivers, streams and other bodies of freshwater (as it helps maintain the sea's proper pH balance and salinity levels). Alkaline water is filled with hydroxide ions (OH-) and many of what we call electrolytes, which help re-mineralize the bodies of all creatures in the sea and buffer.
Spring is here, and we can already hear birds chirping away in the trees as they begin to make new nests to replace their damaged or lost ones from the Winter...but there's another type of bird's nest that lasts all year round, and grows more beautiful with each passing day. We are referring to the "Bird's Nest Coral" found throughout the reefs.
Some of the most therapeutic and colorful saltwater aquarium displays we provide contain "schooling fish". Blue/Green Chromis, Cardinalfish, Heniochus (AKA Bannerfish), Tangs, Damselfish, Gobies, and Anthias are great schooling fish for a saltwater aquarium environment. The movement, behavior and coloring of these schooling fish are both amazing and relaxing to view. **The photo in this post shows Yellow Tangs schooling.
A Tridacna clam is a beautiful addition to any saltwater reef aquarium. Many of the Tridacna clams available on the market today are either aquacultured or maricultured, which helps preserve the Tridacna clam populations in the ocean. Creation of the Sea provides aquacultured/maricultured Tridacna clams, such as the Derasa and the popular Maxima species, for all of its aquariums. The.