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Old 10-27-2012, 04:28 PM   #11 
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This is my favourite one. Someone made it a long time ago on here.
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Covering with silicone is not as easy as it sounds, haha. Lego is aquarium safe. But they float so you'll need a way to make sure it sinks down.
lol The silicone part is what scared me to begin with I've helped my friend silicone part of a tank before, and it was an interesting time to say the least. But since it's aquarium safe, maybe I could just sand down the sharp edges and drill a small hole through the bricks so they would waterlog easier and sink.

And holy crap, some of those lego aquariums are awesome! Now why can't people with kids who want a betta do something like that instead of getting one of those itty bitty little betta deathtraps?
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Your idea sounds a lot better! Haha, yea I've resealed a tank and silicone is definitely not easy to work with, that's for sure.
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Old 10-29-2012, 07:12 PM   #15 
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It could work but, they do.float. I have tried it before. Maybe you could make.something with them and.tie.them to something and.still have them floating in the.middle. Sometimes I'll put a Lego or two in cirocs.tank just to have.something for him to entertain himself c:
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Old 10-29-2012, 07:19 PM   #17 
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Sink them down with heavy wood? That would solve your floating issue xD
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:29 AM   #19 
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That would be a great idea for a childrens tank theme. Although it makes me want to do it but I gave all my Lego to my baby cousin ! :(
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I used Legos before. Just make sure when you are building your structure you build it under water so water can get inside all of the "would be air pockets". This way you don't need anything to weigh it down
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