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The Shallow Ecosystem on My Desk (150 Day Evolution)

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Cutting an aquarium in half is not the best of ideas but it's a lot of fun. You can always DIY a something interesting out of the wreckage, and in this case I went on a journey of restoration and built an ecosystem. There's something about shallow fish tanks that appeals to a lot of people, and I thought my desktop was just the right place to appreciate mine (so that my fish can judge my every move while I edit videos about them).

Follow along as the fish tank develops the natural way; with no filter, and no co2 injection.
Happy to answer questions in the comments :)

Behindthescenes, sneak peaks and a Discord community:   / tanksfornothin  

Chapters:
0:00 Preview
0:18 Breaking the glass
1:53 Laying the riverbed
6:06 Bolstering the flora
7:12 Sculpting the overgrowth
8:04 Nanofish meets microfauna
9:06 Expanding the population
11:01 The Desktop Ecosystem
13:41 Colourful results

Music:
Lift Motif Kevin MacLeod ¹
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Kevin MacLeod ¹
Ambiment Kevin MacLeod ¹
Love C418 ²
This Song Is Not Good C418 ²
Garden RuneScape
Long Songs Are For People Who Don't Have Time to Make Them Short C418 ²

¹ (https://incompetech.com) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
² (https://c418.org)

The pump I used in this video: https://amzn.to/3xPkdTi
The heater I used in this video: https://amzn.to/45SfDjH
Please note that these are affiliate links which means Amazon may provide me with a small commission if you purchase either of these products.

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