Exotic Environments Caribbean Living Reef Aquarium Ornament, Mini , 4-Inch by 3-1/2-Inch by 3-1/2-Inch

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Exotic Environments Caribbean Living Reef Aquarium Ornament is made with durable poly resin material safe for use in all aquariums, Mini , 4 inch by 3-1/2 inch by 3-1/2 inch

Blue Ribbon Pet Products, Caribbean Living Reef Aquarium Ornament - Mini - 4 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches


Colorful reef replicas feature aeration holes and swim through chambers. By attaching standard airline tubing to your exiting air pump, and an air stone to the other end, then strategically placing the stone in or under the ornament you have added air bubbles that will stream in and out of the reef cavern which contributes to the oxygenation within your aquarium or terrarium.


Fish will love the swim through chambers for a temporary safe haven, to rest or to explore the dark caverns just as in nature. Our replicas are made to look like many reef caves that exist in the real world, providing them with a relaxed stress free environment that they would have in many lakes and oceans.


Materials used are safe and non-toxic, hand painted on poly resin which have been artistically crafted by our talented artisans for more than 30 years.


Blue Ribbon Pet Products, Inc. is one of the world's largest manufacturers of poly-resin aquarium ornaments, and a leader in the industry. Our exclusive copyrighted designs assure you the utmost in quality and trend setting innovations. Safe for freshwater, saltwater and terrariums.


Caribbean Living Reef Aquarium Ornament, Mini.
Brilliant Vibrant Colors
  • Brilliant & Vibrant Realistic hand painted colors
  • Hand crafted by artisans to look like the real thing
  • Swim through chambers & caves
  • Aeration holes for bubbling effects
  • Safe & non toxic
  • For freshwater, saltwater & terrariums
Caribbean Living Reef Aquarium Ornament, Mini.
Brilliant Vibrant Colors
  • Safe for Freshwater and Marine Aquariums and Terrariums
  • Hand Painted Detail
  • Solid one piece construction
  • Swim thru holes for fish

Watch more How to Take Care of an Aquarium videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509924-How-Much-and-Often-Should-You-Feed-Fish-Aquarium-Care

Learn how to pick fish tank decorations from aquarium expert Joseph Caparatta in this Howcast video.

To pick aquarium decorations, I recommend you go to a local store and get the advice from somebody who works there. There are a lot of beautiful decorations that you can pick for your tank and there's also a lot of things that can be potentially be dangerous for your tank. What I do recommend or actually don't recommend is that you find rocks, stones and pieces of wood from outside, that look great, that you want to put in your tank or lets say you go to the beach and you grab some coral or bottles. Some of those things can leach chemicals, stuff that can hurt your tank, that can throw the pH off in your aquarium. So you really want to stick with aquarium decorations that are suitable for your aquarium. The best place to get that, is at your local fish store or online.

Once you've got a selection in front of you, you want to choose from plants, rocks. Things that are inert and won't react with the water, unless it is your goal to have the decorations help buffer the water chemistry. In certain situations, like for African cichlids, people buy decorations that purposely release carbonates into the water to help buffer the pH of the water. In general, you want to pick decorations that are neutral. Plastic plants work great. You buy them with the little plastic anchors that you can fill with gravel. That will help keep them weighted down. Some fish like to kick up the plants and redo the tank decorations on their own. So you'll find that the heavier the decorations the better.

And just build some caves. You want have a lot of water flow going in and out of the rocks and the decorations so that a lot of the waste can get carried through the water column and get picked up by the filtration. The fish also need places to hide and they're very territorial. So the more decorations you have in the tank, within reason, the happier the fish will be. A very sparsely decorated tank will result in some fish feeling very territorial and chasing the other tank mates and keeping them up in a corner.
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