The World Is Insıde In It: Terrarium
A terrarium is an aquarium-like enclosure that mimics the terrestrial environment in which reptiles, insects and/or certain plant species can live. It has a shape that can be decorated according to the creature that will live in it.
SO, HOW WAS THE FIRST TERRARIUM DISCOVERED?
The first modern terrariums date back to England in 1830. It was discovered through its use by Nathaniel Ward. The plants grown by Ward, who had a passion for botany, could not survive in London, the industrial city of the time, with its polluted air.
Ward discovered by chance that healthy plants grew in jars with soil residue inside, and developed the modern terrarium known as the Wardian Case.
Over time, terrariums have started to be used to keep tropical plants and animals alive, which need high humidity, which is difficult to care for indoors.