Mechanical filtration can help isolate (for removal) detritus and uneaten food in an aquarium, as will vacuuming the substrate. Biological filtration processes ammonia produced by the rotting detritus and uneaten food, but you are still left with the resultant algae food (nitrates). Fortunately, there is a wide variety of reef tank safe (don't destroy other tank critters, corals or invertebrates) animals which thrive on the tank pollutants which create algae and other problems.
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Mark Oliver has created a series of insects called “LitterBugs” brought to life entirely from trash; a species developed to adapt to the harsh, changing urban landscape. They are part of an invented genus, affectionately categorized in a document known as the “compendium of carabid and terrestrial detritus” – each one having been given their own title and scientific name, some based off the found objects from which they are built. by randi
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