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120g to be freshwater?
Old 05-13-2008, 09:25 PM   #21
 
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Well! The guy that said he wanted all the rock was suppose to come today... and of course he did not. So I am going to post the sand, clarkii clowns, damsel, and some starfish again on a few sites. (That is all I have left in the tank.)

I am getting impatient, so my boyfriend and I are going to the gym tomorrow to just take apart the tank so I can get it ready. We are going to put the rock in a tub and I have a 20g sitting around doing nothing that the fish are going to have to stay in until we find a home for them. I am going to put the starfish in my 72g... not enough room for the fish in there.

My partner wants to sell the tank, and buy vending machines =( I am hoping to convince her otherwise. If not, we sell the tank and I buy something new and better looking for my apartment!

You so have me into this freshwater business. I really wish I would have made that 125g a freshwater to begin with.
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