Hi, glad I found this post. I was wondering if this item is fish tank safe: It is “cold cast resin” and I heard it has some metal in it (not sure). I have a Titanic themed tank with fancy goldfish and I think this would be PERFECT! But I want it to be safe. Any thoughts? Thanks!
Fish aquarium, this will be my next tank!
And most importantly, it seems that moon jellyfish cannot be kept in an aquarium with objects. They are fragile, slow moving, unable to see dangers and unable to get away. Nearly anything that can be placed in the aquarium is a hazard to jellyfish, even the corners of the aquarium. For this reason, kreisel and pseudokreisel tanks are used to provide rounded corners and continuous, slow current. Building an aquarium like this has been done before, and a quick Internet search can help you with examples. But keep in mind, constructing a tank like this makes for a fun, involved do-it-yourself challenge and is not for everyone.
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Closer look at 3d thin aquarium background designed to fit narrow aquariums or vivariums. This 3d background is only 1cm thick but it still has a rocky structure. It will fit most of the aquariums from small fish tanks to larger tanks. to order any size of 3d background for your aquarium visit
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A wall aquarium is a fish tank that is mounted to a wall or hung on a wall like a painting or a plasma t.v. Wall aquariums are typically only 4-6 inches thick, this thickness is what allows the aquarium to be mounted on the wall.
Many people have seen plasma fish tanks and animated, framed aquarium pictures that hang on walls and think that these are wall aquariums. However, a wall aquarium is a real fish tank that hangs on a wall. The only difference between wall aquariums and regular fish tanks is that wall mounted aquariums hang on a wall.How to make a Terrarium in 4 steps … The size of your container will affect the amount of materials you will need and use: 1. The first layer is rocks, which you can purchase at pet, garden or craft stores. Add enough to the bottom for adequate drainage. 2. The next layer is activated charcoal, which you can get at pet or garden stores (it is used in fish tanks). Add a thin layer over the rocks. 3. Depending on the depth of your container, you will next add soil. Leave enough ...