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Old 04-23-2005, 09:21 PM   #1
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My Accidental Goni's have a new home.

My LiveAquaria accidental goni's have been sent to a new home. My maroon clown has been dusting them with sand pretty badly and they've really gotten fussy about it. I'm hoping that's all it was, but rather than take the chance I sent them off to www.ReefCraze.com for Jen & Kerry to care for. I know they're in a great tank right now but it still feels like I've given up my first born!

I'm really looking forward to seeing their progress there.

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