Overflow system for a saltwater aquarium is required for circulation of water between the aquarium and sump (technical capacity for filtration and the maintenance of regenerative processes of water circulated in the system). Made of high quality food-grade, chemically-resistant material, not susceptible to UV degradation.
All, both novice and experienced lovers of the marine aquarium when you install a marine aquarium one way or another faced with the problem of the choice of system overflow, and usually the choice is not too large, either the so-called “mine”, the overflow through the top of the aquarium, etc. We do not claim that spillovers are bad, not at all, fine, BUT! all these systems have a major drawback — external unattractiveness. And always a way out, as they say — next.
We have designed a overflow that allows you to organize reliable and noiseless circulation of water between the aquarium and sump, while maintaining the aesthetics of the interior of the main tank. Continue reading
In the seas and oceans live the most unusual and alien beings on Earth. And some of them look very scary…
Fish-frog. Found in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans on muddy or sandy bottom, sometimes burrowing into his eyes. Some members of the family Zapovednaya fish have poisonous spines and are dangerous for swimmers.
This beauty’s name is fish-drop, and it lives only in Australia. Deep-sea benthic fish of the family psychrolutidae, which because of its unattractive appearance often referred to as one of the most bizarre ocean deep-water fish on the planet. The structure of the anterior part of the head gives the impression that the fish are constantly frowns and is unhappy “facial expression” what the fish takes the first place in the rankings of the most bizarre creatures in surveys on the Internet.
The striped wolffish (Anarhichas lupus), or as it is called “Atlantic wolf” is commonly found in cold deep waters. Interestingly, the teeth “Atlantic wolf” quickly wear out, but every year during cold weather old teeth fall out, and neither their place new ones appear. Continue reading