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Old 11-11-2005, 08:24 PM   #1
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Moose antler

I came up with an idea for my freash water tank and would like some opinions of the thought! I was watching a nature channel on television about northern moose and was admiring all the driftwood laying along a large lake in Canada, all of a sudden the camera focused up on a large moose antler laying in the water that was lost in battle. Is it possible to put an antler in an aquarium? When the antler was picked up out of the water for a closer view, there were fish hiding under it as like a piece of driftwood.
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I would leave it a bucket of water for a while to see if it changes your parameters.
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I'll have to find a place to get one inorder to test it. I don't recall ever hearing of anyone using one for decoration. I think it would look natural as can be!?
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ooooo! very nice find I second the idea of getting a test bucket and watching the perameters for a while
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Old 11-11-2005, 09:11 PM   #5
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I was just looking over Ebay and the (whitetail deer antlers) look even better. Standing up right, they look like two branching limbs. Or laying on thier face, they look like roots of a small tree stump. I would link inorder to show ya but I'm not sure how!?
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you can just highlight the url (the "www.____.com" part) and press down ctrl c for just a second to copy the link, then when you post you can paste the link by pressing ctrl v. Or, you can use your mouse after highlighting the url and go into Edit, Copy. Then click in the box for posting and go up to Edit and click on Paste.
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Old 11-11-2005, 09:39 PM   #7
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O'K Thanks. I hope I did this right:
I think it would look awsome! Hopefully testing comes clean
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So what do you all think. Would look good or what?
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I think it would look great. Just test it first.
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agreed, it will look awesome so long as it tests well
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