10 Best Type Of Driftwood For Aquariums

Updated on: September 2021

Best Type Of Driftwood For Aquariums in 2021


Aquarium Driftwood,4 Pcs Driftwood Branches Aquarium Decoration Assorted Size,Natural Habitat Decor Wood for Fish Tank Forest Branch Terrarium Wood Ornament

Aquarium Driftwood,4 Pcs Driftwood Branches Aquarium Decoration Assorted Size,Natural Habitat Decor Wood for Fish Tank Forest Branch Terrarium Wood Ornament
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

AquariumPlantsFactory - Anubias Nana Petite Full Potted - Freshwater Live Aquarium Plants Decorations

AquariumPlantsFactory - Anubias Nana Petite Full Potted - Freshwater Live Aquarium Plants Decorations
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • You will get 1 potted of Anubias Petite. (pot sizes: 2 inches)
  • Can be attach to rock, stone or driftwood.
  • AquariumPlantsFactory Care Guide included
  • 24 Hours Live Arrival Guarantee* - In a rare case of live stocks dead on arrival, we must be notified within 24 hours by the same day of delivery. Please take clear photos of the damaged product and send it to us within 24 hours. Live Arrival Guarantee will be void after 24 hours of delivery.
  • Please make sure to buy Genuine Quality Products that ships and sold from us under seller name "Aquarium Plants Factory". There are many other sellers that copy, "piggy-backing" and selling false and low quality products under our trademark & brand without our permission.

FTVOGUE Aquarium Driftwood Artificial Wood Tree Trunk Root Shrimp Spawning Ground Cave Fish Tank Vivarium Decoration(ST-004A)

FTVOGUE Aquarium Driftwood Artificial Wood Tree Trunk Root Shrimp Spawning Ground Cave Fish Tank Vivarium Decoration(ST-004A)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • ♥ Made of high quality, non-toxic, harmless and durable resin material, safe for all aquariums and fish. Can be put in fresh water and salt water tank.
  • ♥ There are many holes on the resin tree driftwood fish tank decor, provides shelter, hiding spots, entertainment venues for the fish.
  • ♥ With exquisite workmanship and fine treatment, add underwater nature landscape to your aquariums, and you can easily to glimpse your little fish trough the side holes.
  • ♥ The aquarium ornament has a flat base, will sit stably on tank bottom, no floating over. Looks more brighter and colorful underwater, which can be pretty decoration for your fish tank.
  • ♥ Customer Service: We strive to provide you with high quality and convenient service. You are welcome to contact us if you have any problem about our product, we will give you a satisfactory reply.

Tfwadmx 5PCS Aquarium Driftwood Branches Reptiles Trunk Driftwood Natural Wood Fish Tank Decoration Plant Stump Ornament Decor Assorted

Tfwadmx 5PCS Aquarium Driftwood Branches Reptiles Trunk Driftwood Natural Wood Fish Tank Decoration Plant Stump Ornament Decor Assorted
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • 100% NATURAL WOOD MATERIAL--- Aquarium driftwood is made of natural wood and free of chemicals.It is safe for all pets.Shrimp, fish fry, hermit crabs, fish, and even reptiles love driftwood.As it is natural wood and the size is different, we will put more pieces in the package.
  • UNIQUE DECORATION --- Your driftwood will quickly become the focal point of your aquarium decor. Nocturnal fish,ghost shrimp and smaller fish like a driftwood shelter for hiding.
  • LIGHT WEIGHT AND STURDY --- Reptile driftwood is light weight and sturdy branches are perfect for decorating and climbing reptiles.It can also be used on mossy trees in fish tanks;Can also be used for home garden landscape design!
  • REALISTIC BEAUTY --- Authentic natural driftwood adds realistic beauty.Unique shapes that adds to the aesthetic value of the tank.
  • NOTE: Natural branch width and length will vary. Each pieces are carefully selected, the pictures shown are only some of theGeneral sizes varies from 3.5 to 7 inches in length.The actual product you received may different from pictures shown, however, the product you received is the product we sell.

Zilla Reptile Décor Malaysian Driftwood

Zilla Reptile Décor Malaysian Driftwood
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Attractive, deep brown driftwood from Malaysia
  • Reptiles will love to climb and bask on this material
  • Functions as a bridge from water to land
  • Long lasting in underwater or arid environments
  • Has a natural ability to sink in water without scratching the glass tank bottom
  • Each piece is unique and hand selected, sizes will vary between 10-12"

LX - LuXu Natural Aquarium Driftwood (6” to 8”) Fish Tanks, Terrarium Environments | Decorative Arid or Underwater Use | Fish, Snakes, Reptiles, Turtles, Crabs | Freshwater

LX - LuXu Natural Aquarium Driftwood (6” to 8”) Fish Tanks, Terrarium Environments | Decorative Arid or Underwater Use | Fish, Snakes, Reptiles, Turtles, Crabs | Freshwater
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Natural Fish Tank Decor – This beautiful aquarium natural wood is sourced from all-natural branches using ethical means to help decorate your fish tank or terrarium.
  • Universal Animal Safe Wood – You can add this natural driftwood to all types of freshwater tanks, including those for snakes, fish, hermit crabs, turtles, or reptiles!
  • Basking, Climbing, or Cover – At 6” to 8” in size these can fit a variety of tank systems and can be used for sun bathing, active climbing, hiding cover, and more.
  • Long-Lasting Quality – Designed to support multiple environments, including wet, dry, or arid biomes, this decorative driftwood branch is durable and water resistant.
  • Deposit Healthy Tannins – More than a tank decoration, aquarium driftwood can release tannins into the water which can benefit a wide range of animal species.

Estes' Malaysian Driftwood [Set of 2] Size: Large (3" H x 11" W x 14" D)

Estes' Malaysian Driftwood [Set of 2] Size: Large (3
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021

Koyal Wholesale California Driftwood with Natural Brown Branches, 12-Inch

Koyal Wholesale California Driftwood with Natural Brown Branches, 12-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Naturally shaped over time
  • Offered in 4 sizes to create unique centerpieces
  • Driftwood branches vary due to mother nature - each branch is unique
  • Perfect for catered presentations, weddings, bridal and baby showers, birthdays, classic candy buffets, dessert tables and more
  • Pair this with other Koyal Wholesale products, such as vases, event decorations, lighting, DIY craft supplies and dessert and candy buffet supplies
  • Koyal Wholesale. Original design by Koyal Wholesale . All rights reserved.

Aquarium Plants Factory Anubias Nana Petite On Driftwood - Freshwater Live Aquarium Plants

Aquarium Plants Factory Anubias Nana Petite On Driftwood - Freshwater Live Aquarium Plants
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • You will get 1 Anubias Nana 'Petite' on Driftwood. (Approx. 2-3 inches in size)
  • Easy to move around in the aquarium without disturbing fish or substrate
  • Anubias are hardy and easy plant and they grow in almost any aquarium environment
  • We offer High Quality Aquarium Plants that grow with love in California
  • 24 Hours Live Arrival Guarantee* - In a rare case of live stocks dead on arrival, we must be notified within 24 hours by the same day of delivery. Please take clear photos of the damaged product and send it to us within 24 hours. Live Arrival Guarantee will be void after 24 hours of delivery.

Estes Company Inc Malaysian Driftwood - Medium

Estes Company Inc Malaysian Driftwood - Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Add realistic beauty to your aquarium or habitat.
  • Each piece has a unique shape.
  • Measures approximately 12 x 3.5 x 3 inchesUPC : 034652750020Size : MEDIUMProduct Type : Aquatics - Decorations

If Robinson Crusoe was a SLAVE

The small group of castaways kept a fire burning for 15 years, with driftwood and wood from the wreck. They built houses from blocks of coral and impacted sand. They built a communal oven. And they never gave up hope.

Our story begins in 1761. The French ship Utile -- carrying an illegal cargo of over 100 slaves -- ran aground during a fierce storm on the unforgiving coral reef surrounding the island of Tromelin. According to Guérout's website -- www.archeonavale.org -- which chronicled the ensuing research, at least 20 sailors drowned in addition to more than 70 Malagasy slaves who were trapped below deck because the hatches had been closed or nailed down.

A group of 122 sailors and some 80 slaves were able to get to shore. Conditions were tough: the sailors built a well and rationed fresh water although very little was shared with the slaves -- 60 of which died from a combination lack or water and food. After six months on the island, the remaining sailors completed a makeshift boat and escaped. They promised to return for the surviving slaves, but did not. According to www.news.independent.co.uk, the remaining castaways never gave up hope. They kept the same fire going for 15 years, with driftwood and wood from the wreck. They built houses from blocks of coral and impacted sand. They built a communal oven. They survived on a diet of turtles, seabirds and shellfish.

According to long-thought-lost records discovered by Guérout, some of the rescued sailors tried to organize a ship to return for the slaves rescue. But the then-governor of Madagascarwould have none of it. Not only were the castaways slaves but illegal slaves to boot. There would be no resources allocated for their rescue.

Fast-forward to the present: Max Guérout followed a paper trail through the French and British archives of the period. He discovered, among other things, the log book of the Utile (Useful), the French ship which was wrecked on the island in 1761 with at least 150 illicit slaves aboard. The logbook maps out a tale of courage and survival that matches anything experienced by Robinson Crusoe or Tom Hanks.

In early November 2020, Guérout and a team of French archaeologists wrapped a month searching the wreck of the ship and excavating the flat, shelterless island. They uncovered some of the secrets of how the castaways clung to life - and developed an elaborate community - on a fragment of near barren land, frequently swept clean by typhoons.

According to Guérout's account on www.archeonavale.org, in 1776 -- some 15 years after being shipwrecked -- a rescue ship finally arrived and removed the remaining group of eight survivors, including a family consisting of a grandmother, mother and child.

Guérout points out that by then, a new, more humane governor of Madagascar was in place. He insisted that the rescued slaves were not slaves but free people, since they had been bought illegally. The governor then proceeded to adopt the family of three and gave the baby boy the name Jacques Moise.

Guérout postulates that the rescued castaways probably have blood ties to modern day Malagasy.

A final footnote: Guérout plans on returning to Tromelin Island later in 2020 for a more in-depth excavation. The hope being that he will find the graves of the many slaves who died and according to accounts were buried on the island. A planned book will recount the complete story of the shipwreck and rescue and interest is already being shown in a film version of this incredible tale of survival.

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