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aquarist

student of marine life; curator of an aquarium.
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In the '60s and '70s, aquarists learned having a piece of rock with natural growth on it promoted a healthy environment for an aquarium.
4) In two cases, amateur aquarists were attempting to remove dead lionfish from their home aquariums.
Anupa Asokan began her career path in ocean sciences as an aquarist and public outreach volunteer at Heal the Bay's Santa Monica Pier Aquarium (SMPA) in Southern California.
Blanchard decided to give his book away free of charge for a few days to support the aquarist community.
Marwa Abdelrahman Al Mahmoud, an aquarist at Sharjah Aquarium, said fish groupers are the most endangered species in this region, as they are a hot-selling gourmet item.
Ibrahim Jalmni, a Royal Diving Centre instructor and senior aquarist at the Burj Al Arab aquarium, told 7DAYS:
Aquarist Colin Sinclair said yesterday: "We're puzzled.
Guests join an Aquarist in the shallow waters of the Shark Lagoon for a 35-minute hands-on experience.
One of Wayland's useful series introducing young children to people looking after animals and the places where they work, this book takes Lola to the Aquarium, where she meets Ash, an aquarist.
Any aquarist would of course add brine shrimp to fish diets if the fish liked the food and it enhanced their coloration.
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.