Red Sea Reefer 170, 43 Gallon Aquarium, WHITE

OK, there are two main reasons for white cloudy water in aquarium and no one of them is dangerous.
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Certified by AZA, USDA and ZAA, the Downtown Aquarium White Tiger exhibit employs a full-time staff, with over 40 years of zoo and aquarium experience that monitor the cats 365 days a year. In addition to our staff, we also have three veterinarians that visit the facility and provide care to the tigers several times a month and remain on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Red Sea Reefer 350, 91 Gallon Aquarium, WHITE
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Up until this particular water change, very little coralline algae had been present on the upper areas of the aquarium glass, but that changed. With the development of much new coralline around the top area where it had not been before, as the water was drained from the aquarium, it was exposed directly to With no water covering it, and therefore without this buffer to protect it from sudden exposure to the aquarium lights, it caused the coralline to turn white. Red Sea Reefer 250 DELUXE, 65 Gallon Aquarium, WHITE with 2 x AI Hydra 26 LEDs
Photo provided by FlickrRed Sea Reefer 350, 91 Gallon Aquarium, WHITE
Photo provided by FlickrRed Sea Reefer 250 DELUXE, 65 Gallon Aquarium, WHITE with 2 x AI Hydra 26 LEDs
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Cloudy aquarium water is not something you want to have in your display aquarium. White cloudy water is usually indicative of a bacterial bloom. Green cloudy water is usually an algae bloom and yellow cloudy aquarium water is usually a result of high levels of dissolved organics or using new drift wood. Read on to find out how to deal with each of these water quality issues.HOUSTON - An animal-activist group plans to move forward with a lawsuit against Houston’s Downtown Aquarium, alleging the white tiger exhibit harms and harasses an endangered species.If you have white cloudy fish tank water or gray cloudy water in your fish tank and you have just set it up, it could be the dust from the gravel or sand. Be sure to thoroughly rinse your substrate before adding it to your aquarium. This can be difficult to do with sand but the dust particles should settle in a day or two.If you were to jump up right now and head to your local zoo or aquarium, you’d likely find quite a couple of shark species living – for the most part – pretty well in captivity, but you’d be hard pressed to find a great white, despite the fact that they are one of the species around.Recently, I took a trip to Atlanta and had the pleasure of going to the Georgia Aquarium. I wanted to face my fear by looking a great white shark in the eyes to let em’ know that I’m not the same scaredy-cat I was many years ago. As I walked around oooh-ing and ahhh-ing at the different creatures, I realized I never encountered a great white shark. There were massive manta rays and even bigger whale sharks, but the largest predator fish in the ocean was missing from each of the fascinating exhibits. Then I thought about it: I’ve never seen a great white shark in any aquarium I’ve been to.That isn’t to say that zoos haven’t tried and to house great whites within their aquarium walls. In fact, every time a great white has been on display, crowds have flocked to see them in .During the 70s, 80s and 90s, it was believed by some experts that the captivity wasn’t killing the sharks, but the sharks were just in the process of dying before their capture. Alas, that idea proved to be false after Monterey Bay Aquarium in California found a way to capture a great white and care for it for a total of six months., before 2004, the longest a great white had survived inside an aquarium was a mere 16 days, despite numerous institutions trying their hand at keeping them alive.