But you want to make sure it doesn't mess up with all of your hard work that you have done to get the tank where it is.I don't think i'd add that to a tank. It doesn't seem worth the amount of extra work if would create.
But the only thing is, if you have a fish that gnows(?) on something like a pleco does, then the epoxy will eventually disappear.do they not make some sort of spray on clear coat epoxy? some kinda of a marine epoxy that will not leech chemicals into the water? check that way and see if the antlers will absorb the coat and make it unusable. or paint them with the paints for a hermit crab shell, that stuff is supposed to be non-toxic. anybody else think this a good way to go? Lee
Rivers and streams refresh them selves with water running through or with rain. We have to remember our tanks are closed systems and the water is only refreshed when we do water changes, so anything that can be a pollutant can build up really quickly.I know deer drown in rivers and stuff and the fish probably eat it but if it starts to break down in your tank it could be a problem with your filter bits getting caught in it.