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5/30/20 @ 7:01 PM
Fish On
Fish On
USER SINCE 7/9/01

You might want to boil them before putting them in an aquarium.  I Googled your question and found this:

The principal danger of using your own outdoor gravel and stones in an aquarium is the possibility that they contain calcium, which can alter the pH of aquarium water. But before testing, make sure to also wash the stones thoroughly to remove all loose grit and contaminants.

5/30/20 @ 9:54 AM
Slayindux
Slayindux
USER SINCE 12/31/19

Dude, just take the rocks.....

5/30/20 @ 9:16 AM
Addicted2Fishing414
USER SINCE 12/27/14

Is it legal in the state of Wisconsin to take rocks from a river/lake to put it in an aquarium? Rocks at the pet store are ridiculously high

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