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Old 07-23-2013, 09:02 AM   #1
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Why do you NEED Marine Plants?

Marine Plants are beneficial to the home aquarium for so many reasons - from enhancing a natural habitat to creating homes for benthic organisms such as copepods and amphipods.

We have been provided with a wonderful array of marine plants and they are now available with a limited supply in the form of Mac Packs.

They come with FREE shipping and a great selection of cool macro algae. Use them to enhance, feed, house & enjoy!!

Courtesy: NATURE!!

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