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6-foot High View of Aquarium Coral Reef

Here is a top view of our 6-foot high saltwater living coral reef aquarium in Bergen County NJ. The lights are off in this picture so you can see all the way down to the aquarium bottom. Not all of the fish swim around in the aquarium when the lights are off however, but the photo still came out beautiful! .
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Saltwater Aquarium Installation – DAYS 2 & 3

DAYS 2 & 3 of the same new saltwater aquarium installation shown in our previous post. Some of the initial livestock shown in these photos were acclimated into the 230-gallon custom saltwater tank! Aquarium installation is now complete with more livestock coming soon! .
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Saltwater Aquarium Installation – DAY 1

DAY 1 of a new saltwater aquarium installation. This 230-gallon custom saltwater tank is fully operational and contains sand, rock and saltwater. DAY 2 is coming up soon, which is when livestock is added! .
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Go SHARKS!

Creation of the Sea's little league baseball team, the SHARKS, had a fun and exciting 2017 season! The team ended up having a total of 70 outs and a handful of home runs...not bad for a team made up of mostly 7 year olds! Go SHARKS!!! Now we turn our attention to Aaron Judge and the.
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Coral Bleaching

This is an aerial view of Australia's Great Barrier Reef showing how many parts of this famous Reef have been damaged or killed over the years. For the second consecutive year, a dreaded and unprecedented new wave of mass bleaching has occurred here. Coral bleaching is the result of corals starving and dying due to ocean warming, turning "brown and white".
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Oceanariums

Ever wonder what it would be like to view an enormously beautiful display of sea life in the comfort of your residential or commercial setting, as if you were scuba diving in a fascinating part of the ocean yourself? And better yet, you wouldn't even have to get wet to experience it? Creation of the Sea installs and maintains many different.
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The Importance of Bacteria

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.

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