AquaScape – South American – Wild Aquarium 3
The third in the series of wild aquarium that duplicate some of the most interesting natural aquariums, the rivers and other water bodies of South America. This is part of a rocky bottom habitat with quite a number of species within it. But highlighted in the temporary aquascape created with the river bank as the background are a large school of Paracheidon simulans and a few unspecified other tetras.
Here they hit rock bottom…literally. The third of the wild aquarium series offers a very special and unique aquarium substrate. The aquascape is built on a layer of carefully placed flat frocks that are then filled for the most part with very coarse river gravel. On top of that a number of local indigenous plants are added to the aquarium.
As with the previous two wild aquariums, the river banks and local flora are allowed to create the background for another stunning scene from this very good videographer – Ivan Mikolji.
Expert videographer Ivan Mikolji takes you on interesting freshwater journeys to secret locations in tropical jungles recreating the habitats of your tropical fish in an aquarium, using only natural elements found in their habitat. Follow the author and discover the unknown secrets of the world’s natural aquariums… the rivers.