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Old 03-04-2004, 12:07 AM   #11
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40 inches, although most resources say 3 feet, and generally 2-2 1/2 in an aquarium setting.
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Ok, thats pretty accurate, I've seen plenty that have been way off though. I always like to tell people to check with a second source, just to be certain.
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Yah, I always investigate the fish on the net before I buy, so I take that same attitude with these fish, and most of the employee's are good about pointing out sized.
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Old 03-04-2004, 03:59 PM   #14
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Definately very good to hear, and the store you go to, may very well be an exception, if so, consider yourself very lucky. I've just come to be very distrustful of any info either listed in any fish stores, as well as advice given by their employees
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Thats very understandable, and thats why I'm investing so much unpaid time into this store, is because of all of the fish stores around here that was the only one with a decently educated fish guy, so after spending as much money as I have at that store I'm not about to let the fish goto waste because my fish guy left.

Nice thing is the manager doesn't care what I do as long as the fish stay alive .
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Sounds like a great situation there, should taek full advantage of it. Can definately use an opportunity like this to be sure people get properly educated
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