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Bonsai driftwood are handcrafted by skilled artists. Created from treated driftwood native to South East Asia, then sculpted and treated driftwood make a beautiful accessory for aquascaping, terrariums, fish tanks and paludariums. These unique decorations elevate regular fish/shrimps/plants tanks, making them more than just homes for your fish/shrimps. The tanks become statement pieces; beautiful miniaturised underwater forests to add an ethereal touch to your home. Fish tanks and terrariums are attention-grabbing items – why not make these objects as beautiful as possible? Each Bonsai Driftwood from Exoaquaristic is unique, designed to last underwater and a great starting point to begin creating fairytale aquascapes.

Benefit of Bonsai Driftwood:

-100% Natural Wood

-No Chemical

-Create beautiful centre piece for your tank

-These all-natural ornaments are not only safe for the water environment of your fish and underwater flora, bonsai driftwood can actually improve the quality of your water. Each item contains tannic acid, which will soften the water and lower the pH level.

-Shrimp Safe 

Any question kindly message me. These driftwoods have been well known across the whole and it is now in Australia. All products from us are handpicked and we only provide quality bonsai driftwood, or your money back. Satisfaction Guarantee. Every product from us are provided with lifetime support. Come and have a chat with us at our website

15x20 ( hxl ) 90$ to 72$ 2 weeks only 

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23x30 ( hxl ) 200$ to 160$ 2 weeks only

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Regards,

Hoang 

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al4n

Wow nice driftwood, will be buying when i start a new tank!

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NoGi

They are absolutely stunning. Great to have you here as a sponsor.

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