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Old 09-28-2010, 03:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm imagining a tank that is haphazardly decorated with "trash." I'm thinking about things like glass bottles, old cans, steel rebar, maybe a plastic bag, and free-growing plants. I want a natural, overgrown look where it looks as though the fish and plants have conquered a wasteland and turned it back into a beautiful habitat (earth-lovers, save me your tears I just think this will look really cool).

I put up this post to hopefully get some suggestions on what to put in such a tank that won't harm the fish/water quality. I've never seen something like this so your feedback is appreciated.
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Old 09-28-2010, 03:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just be careful what you use in the tank becuse some of the items you listed can be very dangerous to your fish. like plastic bags and glass bottles
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Id nix the bag idea but if you clean the glass bottle really well it will be fine. broken glass if used should have the sharp edges down.
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gee where's Paul_b when you need him?

Try Pming him.

he has a reef tank decorated in a similiar manner. glass bottles, asphalt for rocks and so on.


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