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  1. #1

    Join Date
    May 2011
    Jakarta, Indonesia

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    Default Creating a Sandfall

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    Hello, i wonder if there is somebody who'd like to share the experience of creating a working sandfall in an aquarium..

    I've tried twice and failed.
    if you think you're gonna die today..well, die happily..if not, well..die another day..

  2. #2

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    Feb 2012
    Tucson, Az

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    I am contemplating making a sandfall, of course that would involve sand lol. As soon as I switch out my gravel I will to it out.
    110 Gallon New World Cichlid Tank
    Tiger Oscar, Large Common Pleco, Blood Red Parrot, A lot of Black Convicts.

  3. #3

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    Mar 2012

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    【ツ】 - korith   The fishies are coming! the fishies are coming! - Sandz   


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    I researched this last year and found a few sites that had youtube videos showing how to do it. The sand basically needs to be sucked in by an air pump through a conduit and then spills out and hopefully lands where it can be sucked up again. I think getting it to work perfect is pretty hard and even if it does, you'd probably on turn it on sometimes. Honestly though, it seems like something that would lose it's appeal quickly.

    Check out my 55 Gallon, planted, Philly themed community tank! Rummynose and Cardinals, dwarf cichlids, plecos, shrimps

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