A Splash expo was inaugurated in the city on Wednesday. With a vast showcase of ornamental varieties of fishes, the mega aqua show on showcase at Valluvarkottam was inaugurated by director Ameer. Walking in, the mood is set with the lively beats and opening lyrics of “Boom Boom Robo-da,” coming through a life-size Rajinikanth. The Superstar has been modelled (big guns in hand) after a popular scene from Endhiran. Now, the actor may have no connection to marine world, but the appearance did make the biggest ‘splash’ of all.
We love our fish as pets but no one can deny that aquariums have decorative value also. We are taking care of the fish as pets within the confines of our tiny urban homes. Lighting the aquarium makes it look good but it also heats up the water. Aquarium fish may tolerate lights but they do not love the harsh water lights all days. So, where do we draw the line between decoration and fish care?
Aquarium lighting can help and harm in some ways. Here is what you should do if the fish in your aquarium are your first priority.
Brief History: For decades, people seeking alternative methods of healing have made pilgrimages to Eastern Europe countries such as Turkey, Syria, Jordan to name a few, to experience the Dr Fish therapy at the hot spring spas resorts. These fish’s unique dietary habits were first discovered in the waters of a hot spring near Kangal, Turkey.
Natural exfoliation of dead skin
Moisturizers absorb easier
Stimulates blood circulation
Lightens minor scars
Eases psoriasis and minor eczema
Releases stress and tension: the tickling sensation provides an instant mood-lift