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Pea gravel is made up of small, pea-sized smooth stones or pebbles that can be used for various landscaping projects, such as gardening or in walkways, and is also sometimes used in aquariums. Pea gravel is available in a variety of textures and colors, depending on what type of stone the pea gravel is composed of.
Snow White - 5 lbs Aquarium Fish Tank Gravel, Pure Water Pebbles color rocks #PureWater
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A fish tank can provide you with a calming hobby and a beautiful addition to your home. Fish are also great pets for someone who lives in an apartment or has allergies. There are many colorful fish and beautiful fish aquariums and bowls available. One of the most important fish tank accessories is aquarium gravel. Aquarium gravel comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. Some is even designed to support aquatic plant life. With a little research, you can easily determine the best aquarium gravel to put into your fish tank. A neutral gravel color may be ideal for aquariums where you’d like a natural feel.
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Photo provided by FlickrEstes’ offers a color-fast and non-toxic aquarium sand. This is the smallest grade of aggregate we offer for fresh water applications.
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- Team ACThere are many types of aquarium substrate to choose from nowadays; substrate choices range from neon colored gravel to all natural looking sand types. The substrate is an important place for beneficial bacteria to grow but choosing the right type can be a bit of a challenge, as each substrate type has a different effect on your aquarium and fish. The best products for your gravel would be the natural type and color for your tank. Although, as previously stated, some fish owners choose bright pinks or reds, those colors compete with the and other fish in the aquarium. Also, due to the natural environment Bettas love, neutral gravel will feel more normal for your fish and actually reduce stress on them in general.We carry natural, artificially colored and acrylic coated types of gravel, stones, pebbles, rocks and sand. Our substrates come in a wide range of sizes, shininess, and color for you to choose from. Colors include many shades of blue, tan, grays, and beautiful red hues. All of our substrates look great in any size aquarium. Perfect for aquascaping in freshwater fish tanks.