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biOrb Samuel Baker Natural Coral With Shells Sculpture
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Product Code: 48360
The unique Natural Coral With Shells Sculpture is a superb underwater feature designed by Samuel Baker for your biOrb aquarium.
It's been handcrafted from top quality resin, so there is an enormous amount of detail and the colouring is both subtle and vibrant.
The sculpture is designed to fit over the biOrb bubble tube, the colours won't fade and the resin is very durable, so this should be an excellent long term entertaining feature.
Although associated with a marine environment where it is an increasingly endangered species, your coral will look fabulous in a salt water, freshwater or tropical environment.
Coral With Shells Features:
- Unique design
- Easy to fit and remove from aquariums
- Handcrafted design from Samuel Baker
- Constructed from durable high grade resin
- Colours won't fade
- Compatible with freshwater, saltwater and tropical aquariums
- Realistic coral with seashells
Coral With Shells Dimensions:
- Height: 22cm (8½ins)
*Additional delivery charges may apply to the following destinations: Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scottish Highlands. Please contact us for a customised delivery quote.
Questions and Answers (1)
Would this sculpture fit into the 60L biOrb classic?We Replied:
Dear Ward Thank you for your question. Yes, this will fit all biOrb sizes. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan EvertonThursday 23rd, November, 2017
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