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Synonyms for aquarium

a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals

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TREADING Z CAREFULLY Shona sticks to dry land NOT TAKING J THE PLUNGE Shona prefers to sit on aquarist Colin's shoulder
When Bangkok aquarists saw specimens in the Yangon aquarium trade, however, they recognized immediately that it was an undescribed species with a highly distinctive color pattern unlike anything previously known (Anon.
Aquarist Christy Williams said: "We started hand-feeding our new arrivals when we noticed them showing no interest in the food, until I dangled the food in the water.
After checking your water quality and withholding food for up to 10 days (fish can survive for quite a while without food), ask for a treatment for the bacterial infection from an aquarist shop.
Deep aquarist Tom Rowe said: "We were delighted to receive this wonderful animal.
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo offers the Aquarist Programme that promises 'big adventures for little ones'.
Children are offered the opportunity to gain a fascinating glimpse of behind-the-scenes action as an Aquarist, and discover the marvels of the marine world.
Oregon program director Bruce Koikie says in an e-mail that the program began in 2001, when "Jane Hodgkins, the director of Professional and Technical Programs at Oregon Coast Community College posed a simple question to me: Is there a need for an Aquarist Training Program?
Fish fan Colin Skeoch has taken the self employment plunge by setting up as a professional aquarist.
Take Michael Henley, an invertebrate aquarist at the National Zoo in Washington, D.
Fenner's THE CONSCIENTIOUS MARINE AQUARIST (9781890087999, $69.
Aquarist Lynsey Thompson said: "The sharks are a little bit dopey, and by the time they spurred themselves into action the box fish had eaten all the food.
Aquarist Darren Smith said, "We have two species, a large Caribbean type that is bright yellow and a smaller dwarf kind, which is dark pink.
Unlike the Great White in ``Jaws,'' sharks' shopping lists don't normally include humans, says senior aquarist Steve Blair.
But aquarist Julie Irons came up with the unusual idea of having one specially made.