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Creation of the Sea Holistic Show Exhibit

The Holistic Expo Show this past Friday night was a success! The show was packed with more than 350 attendees and more than 30 vendors, and was sure a very busy night! The show provided us with a great opportunity to educate many people about the health benefits of owning/viewing our natural and unique saltwater aquarium displays, and consuming our natural.
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Learn More About Our Products and Services Tonight!

Tonight is the night for our Holistic Evening Expo Show at Rutherford Hall in Allamuchy, NJ! We will be displaying and selling our saltwater aquariums, ancient coral rock and other oceanic aquascape, alkaline water, sea salt, Zeolite, and Dead Sea mineral mud. We hope to see you all there!.
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Rejuvenating the Soul All Year Round

Well, summer is officially over and we can already feel that "fall chill". Pretty soon it will be time for us folks up here in the Northeast to turn on the heat and hibernate in our homes to shelter us from the freezing cold weather in the winter. For some, thoughts and dreams of being on the beach and smelling that warm, fresh.
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Holistic Evening Expo

Creation of the Sea is excited to announce that it will be one of the vendors in the Holistic Evening Expo at Rutherford Hall next month. Rutherford Hall is a beautiful historical mansion that is located in Allamuchy, NJ. Please come and visit our booth to learn more about our natural saltwater aquariums, and other natural remedies derived from the sea..
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Shark!

It's Megalodon...it's a Great White...it's a Tiger Shark...no, it's just a little Marbled Cat Shark. Anyone else enjoy Shark Week on Discovery Channel last week as much as us? Ok, we could've done without that "fake" Megalodon documentary, but we thought all of the other episodes were great! We agree with the Discovery Channel reports during Shark Week about how.
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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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