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Old 10-02-2011, 07:45 PM   #1
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Check out our new clown loaches!

Picked these beauties up this afternoon at auction and I am SO excited! We took down the 120 gallon a little while back but as you can surely guess, it is going back up tonight. The Python hose is in the tank now. Next, we've gotta clean the canisters and get those going again. More pics later- enjoy!





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Very nice! Get your salt and extra heater ready!!!
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Great fish!! Wish I had a large enough tank for them!!
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Awesome fish, real pretty ones! Wow they're already a couple of inches
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They look great! Nice choice!
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Awesome! Clown loaches are some of my of my dream fish if I ever canget a tank big enough for them!
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