An aquarium (plural : aquariums or aquaria) is a vivarium of any size having at least one transparent side in which aquatic plants or animals are kept and displayed.
The Concept is for keeping aquatic plants and animals or both. The root meaning was from Latin Aqua(water) and Arium(Relating to or Area)
- The very first modern aquarium made of glass was developed in the 19th century by Robert Warrington.
- Acrylic aquaria are now the primary competitor with glass. Acrylic is generally stronger than glass, weighs less, and provides a certain amount of temperature insulation.
- Researchers and Fish Farmers have found aquarium culture as a way to know more about aquatic life.
- Virtual aquarium is a computer program which uses 3D graphics to reproduce an aquarium on a personal computer. The swimming fish are rendered in real time, while the background of the tank is usually static.
Soon To Feature on This Blog >> Some Ways Aquarium Culture Has Failed Researchers