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Hobby navajo rock

AED 102.00 – AED 117.00

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Hobby Navajo Rock

Navajo rock is a type of decorative rock that is commonly used in aquariums to create a natural-looking environment for fish. It is a type of sandstone that is found in the Navajo Nation, which is located in the southwestern United States. Navajo rock is typically brown or tan in color, and has a unique, textured surface that can add visual interest to an aquarium.

In addition to being a visually appealing addition to an aquarium, Navajo rock can also provide a naturalistic environment for fish to explore and hide in. The porous texture of the rock can also help to establish beneficial bacteria colonies in the aquarium, which can help to maintain a healthy and stable environment for fish.

Navajo rock is a popular choice for aquarium hobbyists who are looking to create a natural-looking environment for their fish. It can be used in a variety of ways, such as to create a rocky shoreline, to build caves and hiding places for fish, or simply as a decorative accent. With its unique texture and natural beauty, Navajo rock can be a great addition to any aquarium.

ROCK 1 Size: 23x11x18 cm

ROCK 2    Size: 24x13x21 cm

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