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Old 04-19-2007, 11:43 AM   #1
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7" Super red update.

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Nice pictures and even nicer fish.
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Wow, gorgeous. Really love the first one.
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Sorry, "saltie" here, what is it?
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Sorry, "saltie" here, what is it?
It is an asian arowana.
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It is an asian arowana.
I hear they eat monkeys in the wild.
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Ahhh, beautiful fish!
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