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AdAndrews

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I am wanting some kind of light coloured sand for my nano tank, so i only need a small bag, however i cant seem to see what zambezi sand looks like in real life, some peoples pictures it looks very dark, others light
 

Steve Smith

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It's expensive, but you just can't get anything else like it! When I was in Yosemite National Park, I was walking accross this dry riverbed and the substrate was this perfect granite sand/gravel. It really was just like ADA forest sand blanco! I wanted to stuff my pockets with it and bring some home :lol:
 

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SteveUK said:
It's expensive, but you just can't get anything else like it! When I was in Yosemite National Park, I was walking accross this dry riverbed and the substrate was this perfect granite sand/gravel. It really was just like ADA forest sand blanco! I wanted to stuff my pockets with it and bring some home :lol:
I would have done :lol:
Xingu just looks the business so to my eyes it will be worth it, ive never tried a sand/open foreground before, so it will be intresting to see how it pans out.
 
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