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Old 09-24-2011, 09:54 AM   #11
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Thank you! All everything in it i found out by ponds and creeks out where I live. This tank has come a long ways since the plastic castle it started with about 2 years ago. Lol
It looks very natural! Nice job!
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Off topic I'm in newalla, ok what lfs do you use? I wouldn't mind a drive to check it out. Thanx!!
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Wet pets by Steve in Norman is where I get all my fish and where I go if I need anything. It's a really good place, then there is tanks-a-lot in Purcell which had a pretty impressive selection of cichlids last time I was there. However I still completely recommend wet pets.
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Awesome!! Thank you I'm going to check them out!
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Old 09-28-2011, 08:57 PM   #15
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Wow! Awesome tank! The fish are great too, I really want to do a (insert noob chiclid lover word here) tank for my next dose of MTS. Congrats to you.
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They're the best place. And thank you. If your willing to take the time to take Care if them it's worth it. I love mine.
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