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Introducing: Ask a Biologist About Your Pond or Lake
Post any question you have about fish, bugs, birds, frogs, slugs, snails or other adorable creepy crawlers and we will lend our thoughts. You may also ask about waterfront real estate and fishing.
Note: Be sure to post your question in the Ask a Biologist category.
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What do you think? Should we include gorgeous little tide pools in the ponds and lakes community? Yes, they are salty, but there are natural salt lakes in the world. Yes, they are also personal sized little gems of nature. Show us your favorite tide pools when you visit the beach this summer! We found these on the Oregon USA coast.
When do you call it a pool and when are they called ponds? If you ignore traditional un - natural swimming pools, a smaller and deeper section of a moving water stream or river is called a pool. If it is a depression in the tidal zone of the ocean, it's called a tide pool. We have no idea why the deep water part of a pond or lake isn't called a pool, but there you have the quirky nature of the English language.

To complicate the matter further, a steep sided "pool" formed in limestone geology is called a cenote in Spanish. In English it tends to be called a sink hole. Yes we need a much better name for them. Either way, they are gorgeous steep sided pools of water. Being steep sided may be what qualifies a man-made pool to carry the pool moniker. There is rarely a clear cut definition of such things. All we know is if it is clear beautiful natural water, we LOVE it! Hope you do , too! If you get to the beach this summer, do explore the beauty of the tide pools as we did in these images from the Oregon coast.
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8/13/18
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Have you ever seen Japanese trout?
I would rather be fishing.
Japanese Native Trout. I always enjoy seeing trout in Japan and Taiwan.
I thought this post nicely complemented today history and archaeology post about early pottery use and production in Japan. https://plus.google.com/u/0/114320497877326601798/posts/DiZHLksFvd2

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Show us the one place in the world you think really needs to have a lake. For us it is the gorgeous view of the Grand Teton at Jackson Hole Wyoming. Just imagine this million-dollar view (actually it appears to be 3.5) with the perfect reflection of crystal clear water surrounded by a lovely frame of natural / native wild flowers... oh, and toss in some gorgeous trout or other colorful fish. Now where would you love to see a gorgeous setting reflecting in a pond / lake? We'd love to see your ideas!
Oh, the views you could have! Take a look at this 20-acre parcel for sale.
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7510 RYEGRASS RD
7510 RYEGRASS RD
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Building a liner pond is not hard at all. The pond liners that are available today are strong and durable. The weight of the water helps them hold their shape and even straightens out wrinkles. Here’s a quick how-to guide to help you add this feature to your backyard.
More details: https://www.pondpro2000.com/blogs/how-to-build-a-liner-pond/

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Are wild flowers and ponds the answer to world peace? Let's try to see if it works ;)
If you'd like to spread smiles and joy in our challenged world, start by spreading wildflowers , even at your local city park ponds. Then sit back and wait for the smiles!
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Vizit lake Ohrid,Macedonia travel whit us
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guys i am going to built a 20000 lt pond , can you suggest me some fish
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