Dou Mok

October 08, 2019 1 min read

Dou Mok

This beautiful aquascape recreates an underwater view of a rocky stream. The scene is flanked by a forest of Java fern on both sides, with driftwood directing our view to a rock-path in the middle. Smaller pieces of driftwood are placed throughout the tank in a consciously naturalistic manner. This tank uses predominately slower-growing plants that can thrive in a lower-light environment, which makes the tank relatively easier to maintain over time.


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