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Old 11-12-2011, 11:03 AM   #41
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Those would be the "skunk" ones right?
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Those would be the "skunk" ones right?
Yes...

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Wow! I just read some testimonials and people are saying that they clean their hands when cleaning the tank! They sound pretty cool.
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Wow! I just read some testimonials and people are saying that they clean their hands when cleaning the tank! They sound pretty cool.
Yeah. They are great. Sometimes I will spot feed him with a tube and syringe. He grabs right ahold of the tube and pulls the brine right out. My son loves to watch it
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That sounds so cool!
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