M2cbridge Aquarium Fish Tank Rock Hiding Cave Beach House Landscape Decor Ornament
Designed with flat bottom, just put it slently then it can stand in your aquarium easily and steadily. Decorate your aquarium all the time with minimum maintenance. And please don't worry, it is ideal for both fresh and salt water, won't affect the water quality.
The Ohko stone, Aquarium Rocks (Dragon Stone) is a rock that resembles dragon scales. It typically has a greenish brown coloring and is very light weight compared to other hardscape stones. Aquascapers say the Ohko stone is basically composed of hardened clay, which has been know to be very fragile, the cratered surface of the Ohko stone results in many mini-caves and nooks for anchoring moss and plants alike. Ohko stones or other known as Dragon stones are increasing popular rock for aquascaping. This is due to its inert properties as well as scale-like appearance, which creates a safe haven for shrimp and other micro-organisms. It is also a very light type of rock as well as easily breakable. Why is that a good thing? Well because breaking larger dragon stones into smaller pieces can help with more creativity or different shapes that you might have not gotten from the purchase. Other stones like Seiryu stones are very difficult to break apart. With the distinct features the dragon stones show, they are typically used in Iwagumi style aquascape to show off their beauty. For these product listing you are buying Pre Selected stone with an estimate of Stone size, Stone shape, and look will be chosen by us. We will do the best to pick a mixture of sizes in each order. Pictures are for references only. Small size is estimate: 5 mixed small size stone pieces of 1"-2". This is 1 order of 5 Small mixed size stone pieces Ohko Stone need to be pre wash before used or leave it over nig...
A cool pool that adds a natural touch The rustic good looks of a Terraced Dish complement its practical value as an easy-access source of reptile food or water. An ungainly baby turtle or tortoise will readily climb the small steps to a reservoir that accepts both food or a water supply. The rock-like patina means you wonï¿½t know it isnï¿½t real rockï¿½until you experience the easy, soap-and-water cleanup of the painted surface. Naturally resists bacterial growth too. A heavy foundation means large reptiles wonï¿½t be able to push it around or tip it over.