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Posted by Nicodemus on March 04, 2003 at 19:28:50:
In Reply to: When a rock is not a rock... :) posted by heartsx2 on March 04, 2003 at 19:15:35:
:Nah, not paranoia, just a fun hobby:) I love my animals:)
Me too. :)
:I looked up a few pictures of scoria or pumice (interesting - not really "rock") but have no clue whether it is what I have or not. Too bad I can't post pics on here...
Actually it is classified as rock. Just a very wierd one.
Is your stone "bubbly" or look "frothy" in any way? Pumice is very bubbly, scoria is bubbly but harder with bits of rock in it.
Also, I was thinking, it might not be either. It might be a piece of sandstone or something. Now that I think of it, sandstone rocks are commonly sold for aquariums with holes and little caves and such...
Sandstone is harder, but the bolt trick should still work.
:Are you going to try a couple flat ones or maybe build something?
Well, I have two flowerpots for hide boxes, so I don't need any more sort of cave type areas. I think I'm just gonna leave one in for scratching and feeding.
May not be as cool looking, but I think it will be fine.