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Old 01-28-2009, 08:47 PM   #21
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Bill Gates doesn't buy fish, he purchases oceans If he wants a son I'm adoptable; I hear its the trend these days XD

I have a great appreciation for clownfish not often seen in the trade. My favorites of all time are Amphiprion fuscocaudatus, Seychelles clownfish and Amphiprion bicinctus, Two-band clownfish. Sorry, I get tired of seeing Nemo everyday!
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I like the Onyx Clowns But I was force to get the O. Clowns.... I just think the Onyx look better than the O. Clowns
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$6K for a fish!!!?!?!?!?


That thing better be able to talk and sing and take care of all my other aquariums for me.
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maybe its just me but i dont see 6 grand to be that crazy if they are that rare... people pay have paid 100k for ball pythons before... ive paid 1200 dollars for a leopard gecko without thinking twice about it.... maybe its just me but if they are that rare and are a mated pair.. they should be worth the money

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I think the biggest factor, at least for me, is that the purchaser would stress over losing such a rare fish and considering fish can die from stress alone is enough to become skittish in paying such a high amount.
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Supposedly they protected and this particular breeder is one of only a couple of people in the world that have been allowed to breed them in captivity. I still don't know if they are worth that kind of money but it is nice to see them being breed rather then collected.
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