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Old 06-07-2020, 06:11 PM   #1
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I have 2 fish tanks one 10gal saltwater with a designer clownfish and a xena coral and then a 20gal freshwater with 3 neon tetras 5 gubbies and 2 Cory catfish. Iím moving overseas and I canít bring them with me. If anyone would like them Iíll be selling the 10 gal with all the supplies including filter, lights, rock, sand, coral, fish, crabs, etc for 50 dollars. The freshwater would be for sale as well for 60 dollars and also comes with all the supplies including filter, lights, chemicals, and more. All animals are healthy and donít have any diseases. Click image for larger version

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