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I found a pretty cool log...

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  1. Yellow Turtle01

    Yellow Turtle01 Well-Known Member 5 Year Member

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    The river here drops all kinds of cool stuff Off in the yard, and this is one of those objects!
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    Unfortunately , it's too small for any of the turtles (and it floats;) ) but it still looks pretty neat!
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    Yellow Turtle01 Well-Known Member 5 Year Member

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    I actually know someone who owns a very nice crested gecko in a very tank, so I may donate it :p
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    Nice driftwood.
    I've been given some that I screwed to a flat rock to sink in a fish tank.
    Nice find.
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    Super cool log!!! I'm sure the person would appreciate that! :)
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    awesome log find i bet that crestie will love it
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    The holes are certainly large enough for smaller fish, but I can imagine such a thing would be difficult to maintain in the water after a bit?
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    Looks more like the bones of a prehistoric creature , lovely. I would dry it out & have it as a piece of natural sculpture, in water it would very likely rot & not be very healthy for the occupants of a tank.
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