Malaysian Driftwood adds a note of nature to your aquarium. It's lightweight, porous, yet quite sturdy despite its delicate appearance. We love this stuff, and that's we we offer it as part of our hand-curated wood selection!
Our pieces are intended for aquariums and vivariums that need that "one special piece" to help finish a section in style.
These pieces are perfect for smaller aquarium as a centerpeice, or for creating little points of interest in larger displays. These are some of the most unique pieces of wood you're likely to find anywhere!
Each specimen is carefully hand-curated by passionate aquascaping geeks. Each one has a distinct "personality." And that's a big deal!
Anyone can sell you a chunk of driftwood, but it takes hardcore aquatic geeks like us to take the time and effort into finding pieces that work for you in the "real world" of aquascaping, ripariums, and vivariums!
That’s what sets Tannin Malaysian Driftwood apart.
These are pieces we'd want in OUR tanks! In fact, it's kinda hard for us to sell them, to be quite honest. You might just say that there’s a bit of "passion" included with each piece of driftwood we offer!
DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE LxWxH AND ARE APPROXIMATE.
PHOTOS ARE TAKEN "TOP DOWN" UNLESS NOTED.
NOTE: You will be purchasing the actual piece of wood shown in the photo. This is a WYSIWYG specimen. They do require some rinsing and soaking before use, as they will impart tannins into the water when submerged.
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