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sharks teeth in aquarium ok????
Putting sharks teeth in for decoration ring a bell with anyone as a bad idea???
the only disadvantage maybe perhaps a hazard
if they are sharp,maybe causing injury ? :dunno:
I think that teeth, bones and deer antlers would all be very similar in this situation. There is already a post about deer antlers:
Perhaps you could read through that as well. :)
Urethane or Marine Epoxy would be the best bet to seal them and make them last. I think they would erode very quickly in most tanks. Also as stated, they could cause serious harm to any over active bottom dweller.
That's also a weird decor.:? Depending on the hardness levels, it will quickly disintegrate as Chris mentioned.
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