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Samurai Soil™

The ideal substrate for shrimp and planted aquaria

This unique, uniformly graded material fits the pH and mineral requirements of the most sensitive freshwater fauna and flora, without the muddy texture and crumbling often seen with other brands. This complete substrate eco-system is infused with mycorrhizal fungi for enhanced root development, and each package contains a dose of biologicals for a faster and more thorough cycle.

Samurai Soil™ is available as:
3.5 lb jar; Units/Case: 6 UPC: 008479007610
9 lb jar; Units/Case: 2 UPC: 008479007629
LifeRock SHapes

LifeRock™ Shapes

Remember what live rock used to look like?

Fantastic shapes, incredible colors… Well check out new LifeRock™ Shapes, the latest version of CaribSea’s amazing LifeRock™ line up. Each 20 pound box comes with a selection of arches, rings, tunnels and more! There is simply no better, no more spectacular way to aquascape your marine or reef aquarium. These open, light shapes not only provide lots of cover and “play area” for fish, but provide nice nooks and shelf areas for inverts too. Plus, because LifeRock™ shapes are so open and 3 dimensional, 20 pounds goes a long way! The beautiful layout you can make with LifeRock™ Shapes leaves lots of open water areas so flow rates are at their best as well. Each box is different, and every rock is too. No molds, no plastic; real calcium carbonate rock based formations complete with living, spored bacteria and the most realistic colors of any marine rock. Nature Perfected, Nature Protected, that’s LifeRock™ from CaribSea.

LifeRock™ Shapes is available as:
20 lb boxes; Units/Case: 1 UPC: 008479003812
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Corals are hungry for plastic?

Scientists and environmentalists have known for some time that marine animals mistakenly eat plastic debris because the tiny particles might look like prey - what they didn’t know is corals crave it! When offered clean sand the corals rejected it, but when offered a tiny piece of plastic, well that was different – they loved it and unfortunately very bad for them.
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