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Old 11-03-2003, 05:35 PM   #1
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Better Check to See Where Your Live Rock Came From *grin*

Remind me to be sure not to get any LR from Florida or South Carolina when I start my SW tank: http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/ssistory.mpl/front/2198248
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I don't think I will be ever incorporating 3 foot by 4 foot reef balls in my tank..
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I saw a special on discovery or something about this. I just pointed at the TV with the wife in the room... I think she understood.

Anyway, for those who are concerned its illegal to collect from the reefs within US waters and all the rock collected from FL is done from special plots of seabed where rock has been placed with the sole intent on selling live rock to the hobbists.
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Yeah, but I'm hoping for a cheap reef ball from liverocks.com
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Wow! That's awesome though. What a better way to spend eternity then next to the fish you love! And supporting them nonetheless! Thanks for sharing!
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Allivymar, do you read FARK too?

This sounds like a good idea, but I would still rather be mulched. They just freeze dry your body and then crumble it up into a great fertilizer for plants.
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This isn't really fish related, but here is another "creative" way to save your loved one's remains...
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"The cheapest is a community reef, which retails for $995 and holds the remains of multiple people."

But what if I did this? Then who knows how many people would be stuck with me for ETERNITY!!!!!!

Not that I'm hard to get along with or anything....
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