I just bought a 29 Gallon MartyMade Terrarium (same size as a regular 29 gallon, but it has a tall lip and then sliding glass doors
). The bottom area under the doors is water tight.
This tank is destined to become some sort of naturalistic terrarium/paludarium. I am even thinking about drilling it and hooking up a tiny canister filter like the Zoo Med 501 or the TOM Rapids mini canister. Although, if I cant find bulkheads with fittings small enough for those, I would just get a Fluval 105
I want to do about half land half water, land on the left and a nice pool of water on the right. Ideally if I could make it look anything like this I would be very happy (I know the water would have to be lower, that's fine with me).
How do you think that waterfall could be replicated? Would the output from a Fluval 105 be too strong to replicate that? I am hoping the TOM Rapids filter has 1/2" ID tubing because it would probably work fine for that. I want to use a canister because I currently have a paludarium with a internal submersible filter and it's a pain to clean it, especially considering the lighting fast day gecko I have to catch each time I need to clean the filter, lol.