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Post Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:16 pm   Changed the tank up again.

Here is the original thread. Since then I've added a few things to my daughters aquarium. :)

I bought 2 pieces of drift wood. However they obviously wont sink yet so I only have one in right now that is held down by the old rocks.
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Added a small intank filter that is loaded with fine water polishing media. Has a spray bar so it's my new means for surface agitation and it is nicely concealed in the corner.
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Close up of one end of the new driftwood (PC. 1).
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How it lays. Eventually when I get a ceramic tile to sink them the two form a hollow looking log. (CAN'T WAIT!)
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Here you can see I got creative with the spray bar/output. Now filtered water is spread throughout the tank as well as a decent push on the very end to promote turnover.
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I've also ordered some moss to attach to my drift wood :) Hear is the sells photo of the drift wood.
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Post Posted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 9:25 am   Re: Changed the tank up again.

Drift wood and sand look great. Does the same seller also have the moss?
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Post Posted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:52 am   Re: Changed the tank up again.

Looks really great. I keep seeing your tanks and so much want to try something again.
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Post Posted: Sat Jul 14, 2012 1:39 pm   Re: Changed the tank up again.

Well I got some more rocks from pet smart as well as amazon swords. Was able to get the other one sunk now however it took a lot of weight. Still not happy with it as I just kinda threw it together. Really excited to get the driftwood mounted and properly weighted down so I can really make it look nice.

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Still has his tunnel ;)
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