CaribSea Super Naturals Carolina Creek Aquarium Gravel

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About This Item

  • Infused with water-purifying bacteria that help improve water quality.
  • Its inert properties allow the bacteria to grow without harming pH levels.
  • Prevents aggravating reflections that could stress fish out.
  • Fintastic for marine or freshwater setups.
  • Reduces harmful nitrates and nitrites.

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MaterialStoneStoneStone

Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions


Are the granules smaller then regular gravel? Is it little more corse then sand?
Answer by ChewyJul 15, 2022
The typical granule size in this gravel is 1 to 2.5 millimeters.

How does this gravel handle the vacuum?
Answer by ChewyOct 04, 2022
This Carolina Creek gravel can be gravel vacuumed.

how many bags would be needed to fill the bottom of a 40 gallon breeder tank
Answer by ChewySep 12, 2022
This gravel has a substrate density of 100 pounds. The general rule is 1 to 2 pounds per gallon, but if you want to be more precise, you can use the following equation. In inches: Length x Width x Bed Depth Desired. Then divide by 1,728. Then multiply by the approximate substrate density (100 pounds, in this case). Your answer is how many pounds you will need. One would need about 35 pounds per inch in a 40 breeder.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AtlantafishAquatics on Aug 17, 2022

See for yourself

Smallest grain gravel before you are at sand size, even looks like the sand that is on Myrtle Beach South Carolina. Clean until bucket water is clear, use water clear packets, water clear in 1 day. Smallest grain gravel on the market


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By Connie on Aug 25, 2022

Nice gravel

I really love the color of this. I wanted something light, but not white. This looks really nice.


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By Gator on Sep 21, 2022

Excellent gravel

Love the Super Naturals products...they are reliably high quality