She gone!

Should I just smash this beauty and use it?


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JustAnotherNanoTank

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Was for sale. Not anymore. Gonna crack it open like and egg and use it.

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JustAnotherNanoTank

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Oh and this is REAL ocean rock. Looks freaking amazing with corals growing in and over it. Lots of holes small fish love to live in.
 

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It would be a shame to smash a real rock like this!
I know I just can’t bring myself to do it! Yet...


That's a nice center piece rock.

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That’s exactly what I wanted but it will stick out of the water in my tank and I’m not okay with that.

It can be set in a few different positions too for different looks.
 

JustAnotherNanoTank

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That would look good in my front yard
Sweet come buy it then!! Don’t care what the buyer does. Different strokes for different folks. I just want different rock for my tank. I have neighbors who have pukani rocks built into their yard scapes. Looks really nice actually.
 

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I have one that I used a hacksaw to divide. Very easy to do. Dropping with shatter lots of tiny pieces.
Yes I did some thought on that and I thank you for saying something. I will be chiseling to my liking rather than dropping/smashing. It’s still a beautiful rock so I will make it work if no one wants to home it. It’s a little large for a hack saw treatment.
 
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