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Zoo Med Aquatic Natural Mopani Wood

$7.79reg $14.99
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  • Description

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    Two color African hardwood that will not rot.

    • - A beautiful two color African hardwood for aquariums.
    • - Use with aquarium plants to create the "naturalistic" aquarium look.
    • - One of the hardest and densest woods available; sinks immediately in aquariums and unlike driftwood, will not rot!
    • - Made in the USA

    Specifications

    • SKU

      1055801

    • Primary Brand

      Zoo Med

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

  • Additional Features

    • Grain Free

      No

    • Primary Color

      Brown

    • Live Food

      No

    Item Dimensions

    • Length

      12 IN

  • All natural wood products leach tannins, which discolor water and reduce pH levels. To minimize this effect, soak wood in a separate container, and change water daily to remove excess tannins. When the water color goes from dark brown to a very light "tea" color (or clear), the wood is ready for your aquarium. Adding extra carbon to your aquarium filter can help to remove any remaining discoloration.

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