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Old 04-08-2013, 06:10 PM   #11
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I haveca pretty deep sabdbed
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He's acclimated and roaming the tank now.

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Very cool! Great addition, especially for $2.50. I paid $12.00 for mine.
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:30 PM   #14
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They had 1 more too. But I think the one is big enough for my 39 gallon.
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Oh yeah, 1 will do.
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I may have to add a fighting conch to my tank when I get a bigger one. That looks cool.
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Well no casualties or bulldozed rockscape and corals this morning. He's under the sand. So I guess he's good to go. Its such a big snail I might have to name him. I was thinking Tonka. LOL. Anybody ever have one of those big tonka trucks when they was a kid. They were awesome
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Lol, that's a good name and yes. I had lots of Tonka trucks.
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Well no casualties or bulldozed rockscape and corals this morning. He's under the sand. So I guess he's good to go. Its such a big snail I might have to name him. I was thinking Tonka. LOL. Anybody ever have one of those big tonka trucks when they was a kid. They were awesome
I had tonka trucks... The actual metal ones lol
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Hopefully I'm wrong but when I saw its foot, it made me think its not an actual conch. I have at least five different ones in my tank. A baby queen conch, a couple of tiger sand conch and a couple of Florida fighting conch. Thats just based on my observation. If you try to locate their eyes, you should be able to see their pupils. I've read somewhere that that's one unique characteristic that conch snails have. Hope these pics helps.


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