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Videos Of An Amazone River Biotope

Submitted by on February 7, 2010 – 10:57 amNo Comment

In a recent post we talked about various biotope ideas to recreate an amazone-like environment in our aquariums. If you missed those last post, please have a look at the Whitewater Botope, the Blackwater Biotope and the Clearwater Biotope.

Before your start setting up your Amazone Biotope, you may want to have a look at the videos bellow where you can see for yourself what the real thing look like. It’s sometime difficult to know exactly what biotope is featured in each video but I assume most are either Whitewater Botope or Blackwater Biotope.

Amazone Biotope part 1

Amazone Biotope part 2

Amazone Biotope part 3

Amazone Biotope part 4

Amazone Biotope part 5

Amazone Biotope part 6

Amazone Biotope part 7

Amazone Biotope part 8

Amazone Biotope part 9

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