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Symbiosis

There are many different kinds of symbiotic relationships found in the ocean and they are all fascinating to witness. One special kind of symbiosis that can easily be discovered in both the sea and in a saltwater aquarium is the relationship between a cleaner shrimp and reef fishes. A cleaner shrimp helps maintain the health of reef fishes by helping remove parasites from.
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Macroalgae

Macroalgae and plants play a vital role in maintaing a healthy ecosystem in the ocean. They provide more than a third of the world's oxygen and help remove nutrients, such as nitrates and phosphates, from the water to keep it clean. These so called "living filters" are used in a Creation of the Sea aquarium for these same purposes, and also helps beautify.
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The Queen Triggerfish

The Queen Triggerfish is one of the most beautiful, interesting, and coolest fish in the ocean! The colors, intricate patterns, and shape of the Queen Trigger are fascinating. But don't let their beauty and coolness fool you though. The Queen Triggerfish is one of the most aggressive fish found in the sea! They have been known to attack divers for intruding into their.
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Protecting the Environment through Education

We believe that one of the benefits of owning or viewing a Creation of the Sea aquarium is helping a person understand the responsibilities for maintaining a healthy environment.  Creation of the Sea teaches people about the importance of clean water and healthy aquatic life.  Our saltwater aquarium customers, in particular, learn how pollution and man’s mismanagement of the Earth's resources have contaminated.
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Calcium Carbonate

Did you know? Doctors use calcium carbonate from corals to mend broken bones. It is also used as a calcium supplement - calcium carbonate is what gives most cereals and milks their calcium content!.
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Zooxanthellae

Most reef-building corals contain Zooxanthellae, a photosynthetic microscopic algae, in their tissues. Zooxanthellae produce sugar for the corals from photosynthesis; in return, corals obtain the energy to build reefs. These microscopic algae are also great indicators of the ocean's health and global warming. Ocean warming is the major cause for many reefs dying around the world, as it damages and kills corals. Zooxanthellae.
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