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Do you think the sharp, spiky features of Malaysian driftwood can be dangerous to fish, specifically a long-finned betta? Is it necessary to inspect and sand it, or does it soften up once waterlogged?
 

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Thanks. Sounds like I'll be doing lots of sanding, or looking for a different kind of wood.
 

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I've included Malaysian driftwood in many of my tanks for years. Not once have I ever seen a fish harm themselves on it. If you like it, use it. And trust that your fish aren't suicidal. :D
 
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