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Aquarium Safe Buddha

Discussion in 'Freshwater Newbie Forum' started by Mark64, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. Mark64

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    Hi all
    Can anyone help me track down an aquarium safe decorative buddha? I've searched extensively online without any luck! Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    the fat buddah or these.....

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    Thanks for the reply! I'm looking for something like the one on the left hand side of your photo, any ideas as to where?
     
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    Any statuete will work, if you are unsure that the material of the statue is not "aquarium safe" just smear a good coat of silicone epoxy/sealant all over it.
     
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    ive seen the red one in petco before
     
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    yeah, petsmart has betta buddhas. very cute, red and white versions.
     
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    Some of the higher end Chinese restaurants sell Buddhas that are marble or jade. Being natural stone they would be safe.
     
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    i have the red one in the pic above in my one beta tank.
     
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