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Some Unsolved Problems in the Management of the Marine Aquarium



IT would be fatal to further progress in that direction in which so much has been achieved during the last ten years, if the zoological conditions of even the most successful of existing marine aquaria were to be blindly accepted as incapable of improvement, and especially if further experiment in reference to the vexed question of aeration were to be barred by the assumption that any one of those rival systems which are typified in the practice of Brighton, Sydenham, or any other similar establishment, is necessarily the best which can be attained.

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