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Old 02-23-2006, 11:24 PM   #11
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Well the coke bottle trick doesnt work, I had 5 nass snails in the bottle within 5 mins of putting it in the tank. I guess I cant get mad at them doing their job lol.

I dont know what Im going to do Anyone have any other ideas? My tank is so filled with rocks and the way they are postioned its hard for me to get a good look at 50% of the rocks.
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