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    Aquariums Essay

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    When one says aquariums must people automatically think of the standard 24” x 12” x 12” rectangular tank that may exist have in a living room or dining room. But the matter of the fact is that aquariums are more than just a couple of fishes in a glass box. Aquariums have been around since 50 AD. The romans were the first to introduce glass panes, making it easier to view the fish. They would keep small tanks made of marble under their guest’s beds before the glass panes were introduced. Around 1369

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    My Aquarium

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    My Aquarium The place I decided to do my paper on is located in the living room of my family’s house. It is a one hundred gallon aquarium. The reason I chose this as the topic of my paper is that all kingdoms are present except for Plantae in it and it is its own ecosystem. Before I go in detail about the organisms in the aquarium, I would like to mention the accessories that make this aquarium a stable environment and allow the organisms to grow happily. The temperature needs to mimic

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    5-15-14 Home Salt Water Aquarium There are many details and considerations that must be taken into account when deciding to set up a at home salt-water aquarium. The process is not as simple as buying a tank then adding tap water and later fish. There is preparation to the tank that has to be done before any fish species can be introduced. I will first state the preparation process, and then I will explain how to maintain a successful salt-water aquarium at home. First you must decide what type

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    Maintaining Marine Reef Aquarium

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    Maintaining Marine Reef Aquarium Important Aspects in Maintaining a Marine Reef Aquarium There is something fascinating and relaxing in having an aquarium in a home. Like a fireplace’s warm glow and bright colors, the colors that are emitted from an aquarium can be just as warm and even more colorful. From the slow and graceful movement of the fish to the frantic feeding frenzy, an aquarium is different each time it is viewed. Although a freshwater tank can be full or color, it does not

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    Aquarium Aquarium was a group of four one act plays written by Joe Dennison and directed by Mike Moran. The first play was split in half. The actors did one half of it as a prologue and the second half as an epilogue. The actors eliminated the fourth wall and made it quite clear they knew the audience was there, and interacting with them. The two characters James Edward Lee and Bruce Godfrey are actors who are trying to perform a two man version of the play "Waiting for Godot". The second play entitled

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    In the case of “Diversity Programs at the New England Aquarium”, all four frames – structural, human resources, political, and symbolic— show a different perspective of the underlying management issues surrounding the New England Aquarium. The issues that surround the structural frame are based around the aquarium’s goals and mission, as well as the actual organizational structure and coordination. The human resource frame will be used to view the relationships and balance between the needs of the

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    When summer days turn long and hot and the kids show signs of boredom, pile everyone into the car and head for an aquarium. Wandering through viewing tunnels surrounded by blue oceans and thousands of brightly colorful fish makes everyone feel better. Here are six outstanding family-friendly aquariums to consider. National Aquarium Baltimore, Maryland Habitat tanks replicating the Amazon basin, an Australian river gorge, an Atlantic coral reef and a tropical rain forest introduce children to the

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    Setting up a Fish Tank

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    from a local pet store. Treating tap water is only part of the set up process in a new tank. Once your tank is full of treated water you must cycle your tank. Cycling a new tank is the process in which the nitrogen cycle is established in a new aquarium. It is crucial that a new tank is cycled properly in order to keep the fish in a non-toxic environment. The purpose of cycling a new tank is to establish beneficial bacteria that convert toxic elements into nontoxic elements. In order for the cycle

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    Tiger Plecostomus Essay

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    mouths to attach themselves to the sides of aquariums where algae is beginning to develop. Unlike many fish that have become a nuisance after aquarium trade related releases have introduced them to previously uninhabited ecosystems, the plecostomus has proved to be beneficial. They have been introduced to the freshwater ecosystems of Florida, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Vietnam, and Bangladesh. Plecos are nocturnal creatures. It is a good idea to have hollow aquarium décor in your tank to give them a place

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    elements also exist in "Axolotl". The main character visits "the aquarium at the Jardin des Plantes", which is a zoo, to see the axolotls (11). The boy also talks about seeing lions and panthers. The same guard took the boy's ticket every day that he went to the aquarium. Throughout the story, the reader comes across several things that he or she will question. In the beginning of the story, a young boy goes to the aquarium to see the axolotls. He soon becomes obsessed with them and goes everyday

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