Designed by Oliver Beckert, the Aquariass is an $1,100 aquarium that works with real live fish that you can add on to your toilet. The aquarium doesn't actually share a tank with the toilet, but you can guarantee there will be at least one visitor to your home who will be afraid to flush for fear of killing all the poor fish inside. And do you really want to have deal with that? Not sure I'm loving it....its just odd.
The Garden Fish Tank: Future Sustainability and Indoor Gardening
• Aquaponics is system for the sustainable production of food that combines aquaculture (raising of fish, crawyfish, or shrimp in tanks) with hydroponics (the cultivation of plants in water with no soil). This is a symbiotic relationshiop becuase the plants and fish both help each other out. The...
Future Farming: How High Tech Aquaponics Makes Food Right
Created in limited edition, the Islet is a miniaturization of the Volcanic Island, with a simplified conception and installation and which can be sent by parcel, including the living. A notice for assembling and seeding is provided to accompany you with the living microcosm. Has two Endler's Live bearers and a Red Crystal shrimp