How To Design a Biotope Aquarium or Paludarium

For a lot of species, we try to mimic or recreate the natural biotope of where the species live in the wild. This is also the same within the watery worlds of fish, amphibians and aquatic reptiles. But sometimes it is difficult to get the right esthetics to mimic this natural biotope. In this snippet, there are some tips and tricks on how to design a biotope aquarium or paludarium.


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