Here is a photo of H. Erectus Seahorses in one of our Seahorse Aquariums. Our Seahorses have plenty of "hitches" in their environment to cling on to, such as spiny oyster shells, coral rock, live Gorgonians and macroalgae. These glamorous "natural" hitches not only make Seahorses feel more secure in an aquarium, but helps create one of the most beautiful saltwater.
Our saltwater aquariums are unique in many ways. It is not often that you see fish swimming through a bed of beautiful macroalgae and plants in an aquarium setting. Please contact us if you'd like for us to build a unique oceanic environment, such as the one shown in this picture, for your home or office!
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Our children had loads of fun again yesterday during "Bring Your Child to Work Day". They not only enjoyed viewing some of our custom saltwater aquariums, but this year, they had a lot of fun helping us service them! They helped clean the aquarium panels and acclimate our livestock!
The tank shown in this post is a 10-foot.
A couple of posts ago, we displayed a unique custom aquarium with a Venetian stone stand. That was when it was in the process of being installed, but now here is a photo of this beautiful "stone stand" saltwater aquarium with some life in it!.
Temperatures today in northern New Jersey area are about 10 Degrees with wind chills that make it feel more like -5 Degrees, and it will be getting much colder within the next few days.
Average sea temperature at the Jersey shore right now is 40 Degrees (almost close to freezing). Today, the water temperature in one of our custom.
Our Furniture Top Aquariums are the most simple and economical aquariums we install! They are easy to maintain and take up little space, while providing you with all of the same benefits of owning and/or viewing a large sized saltwater reef aquarium! It's sleek tank design, along with its vibrant and mesmerizing oceanic environment, is a must have for all of.
We recently installed a large custom saltwater aquarium display that contains a Venetian Stone Stand. As you can see in the photo, we built a stone stand that matches the stone wall inside of our client's home in central New Jersey. The aquarium stand was made to look like an extension of the wall. Not only is this particular saltwater.