To make an aquarium more complete and more beautiful, rocks are usually added at the base of the tank. These rocks add balance and harmony to the aquarium, and they also serve as play areas for fish. They can dart in, out, and around these rocks, giving them endless enjoyment and fun. Also, rocks are usually found at the bottom of the oceans, lakes, rivers and ponds. Thus, adding rocks to an aquarium makes the water environment more natural for the fish.
Now, you might think that gathering rocks from your backyard can do the trick. Although a few of these rocks are suitable for aquarium
use, many are not. Some rocks contain heavy metals or calcium which can contaminate the water. Also, rocks from water environments contain algae that are eaten by fish. Obviously, backyard rocks don't have that algae.
To make sure that the rocks are compatible with aquarium water, simply get the Tunze Nanostream Rock for 6025, 6045 and 6055 from Pet Store
. This rock is a block of ceramic stone that can be safely used with either fresh or saltwater. Better yet, this rock has a hole in the middle through which Nanostream pumps from the 600 series can be placed. This lets you set up a circulation and filtration system in your tank while keeping it hidden from view. The Tunze Nanostream Rock for 6025, 6045 and 6055 allows full integration that lets the circulation and filtration system blend in perfectly with the aquarium environment.
Tunze NanoStream Rock for 6025, 6045 and 6055