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Old 03-19-2014, 03:48 PM   #1
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Rock rearrangement

What do you think? Added my last few juvies on the weekend so I decided to redecorate today.

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Old 03-19-2014, 05:23 PM   #2
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Thanks!!!! I'm gonna add more cichlid stones next time to hide in amongst the rock
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Hope you don't mind I edited your post so the video shows in the thread.

That rock work looks really nice, but I'm a little concerned about the part in the middle. Is it secured together somehow? It looks like it may fall over when your fish get large enough to dig around it.
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Agreed with severum, are the rocks laying on top of the sand or is the sand surrounding the rocks? Once they start digging, it'll make the rocks unstable and potentially collapse if the rocks are laying on top O_O
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Hope you don't mind I edited your post so the video shows in the thread.

That rock work looks really nice, but I'm a little concerned about the part in the middle. Is it secured together somehow? It looks like it may fall over when your fish get large enough to dig around it.

No I don't mind at all! Edit away. I just attached the video link to the msg cause wasn't sure how else to do it!!

The rocks are siliconed together, this had been in the tank for a couple months, I just moved the position of it and re arranged everything else

Also there is egg crate under the sand which I work all the talk rocks down to so thy sit directly on the egg crate and not the sand.

I don't want fishy friends squished!!!
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