Hi, Paulo made a good point. From the start it was thought to be temporary. The art of the visionary Amano is perfectly integrated in the , educational misson, of oceanário. The role of these aquarium is very important in Portugal (along with others) and we are ver lucky to be near and enjoy the evolution of these master piece!Just going back to zozo s point about shame its temporary and understanding Paulos point about it costly and however many aquascapers,hobbyists returning it still wouldnt generate enough to make it viable,perhaps it could be promoted from a educational angle,much the same way as school trips,universities and the like getting involved,maybe having special guests,naturalists etc ma ybe phone call to Sir David Attenborough, Brian Cox would promote to the general public.
The bulk of the planting is in Amazonia Soil, 8550L of it was used to be precise. They also used 4 tons of sand, ferts wise I've no idea.Does anyone know what kind substrate and fertilizers they used in this aquarium?
Curious if that soil still there and how they are maintain thatThe bulk of the planting is in Amazonia Soil, 8550L of it was used to be precise. They also used 4 tons of sand, ferts wise I've no idea.
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