WIO - Paleorock - Nano Rock 1.5kg

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Paleorock Nano Rock is a lightweight and porous sedimentary stone that features fossil shapes and marks, adding a sense of wonder and history to aquatic or land-based habitats.

  • Description

    Paleorock Nano Rock is a sedimentary stone that gets its name from the numerous fossil shapes, tunnels, and marks that can be seen on its surface. These features are a testament to the ancient living creatures that once inhabited the earth, adding a sense of wonder and history to your aquatic or land-based habitat. The stone has a warm impression with brownish, whitish, and reddish colors, giving it a natural and earthy feel.

     

    Paleorock Nano Rock is a lightweight and porous stone with a lot of minerals and alkalinity, making it an ideal choice for fishes that prefer alkaline waters, as well as for marine tanks. Its porous surface provides the perfect texture for beneficial bacteria to grow, which helps to maintain a healthy and thriving environment.

     

    With its unique look, functionality, and decorative qualities, Paleorock Nano Rock is the perfect choice for any small aquarium, terrarium, or vivarium. Its small size makes it ideal for creating intricate and detailed aquascapes or landscapes, and its porous surface allows for maximum bacteria growth to help maintain a healthy and thriving environment.

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  • Usage

    • It can be used in both aquatic and terrarium environments.
    • Rinse rocks and stones with water before use. Use a brush to clean it before introducing the stones in the aquarium.
    • Avoid placing rocks directly on the glass as they can be very heavy and sharp. Instead, place substrate or our LandForms before placing the hardscape to help fix the exact stone position with more freedom.
    • Always secure the stones, especially when placing one rock on top of another, you can do so with our ScapeBound, as the top rock may move or fall during regular maintenance, harming your dwellers or even breaking the aquarium.
    • Control any alterations in pH and kH by regular water changes with osmotic or soft water, or by using a water softener if necessary.
    • Position stones a few centimeters/inches away from aquarium glass walls to facilitate maintenance. 
    • Safe for fish, shrimps, and other aquatic animals