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When you are thinking of getting an aquarium or a fish tank for your home, there are a lot of considerations that would go into the whole process. From picking an ideal fish, setting up the perfect environment for them and placing the right objects in order to decorate the fish tank.
Once you’ve decided on which fish you want to buy and you’ve done your research on how to prepare the perfect environment for them, next comes the fun part – decorating! Have you thought about which decorations you’d like to use for your aquarium?
From many plenty of options which are both ornamental and functional, to whimsical objects, artificial rocks are the most substantial ones that stand out in an aquarium. It is a common decoration seen in fish tanks. Artificial rocks enhance the aesthetic beauty of an aquarium making it look beautiful and realistic.
Like each and every kind of available decorations for fish tanks or aquariums, they all have advantages and disadvantages. The key is to know which matters more to you and that will help you decide on what to get.
Marine aquarium tanks are no longer a rarity. However, the saltwater inhabitants are more demanding than freshwater ones. The main difficulty is to properly maintain the biological balance of a marine aquarium environment. Therefore, you will need much more experience in maintaining a marine tank. The installation and the equipment is almost the same as for a freshwater tank. However, the seawater environment is highly aggressive, so if you’ve decided to use artificial decorations (3D backgrounds, fake aquarium rocks, reefs and corals, etc), it is worth paying special attention to the quality of the materials they are made of. Some manufacturers of such decorations use the materials (most often plastics) and paints that are not seawater sustainable, besides, they are often toxic.
What could be better for the the aquarium design than a well-chosen and properly installed 3D background? Some aquarists, however, suppose that it will take up a lot of precious space in the aquarium tank.
Let’s think, if it’s really true or just a myth.