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hi folks,

Just back from a shop tour, (i'm a teacher so i'm on holiday this week) and i've just been to wharf aquatics, i'm sure that uk members will know where it is!, all i can say is wow, that place never fails to amaze me. just got a group of juvie synspilum, and some excellent endlers (not for the same tank tho :lol: and i was very very tempted by a nile puffer that seemed to be begging me to take it home!!

All in all a great day, even my wife a kids enjoyed it.

300 miles on the car but who cares

neil
 

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Sounds great Neil. I'm also from the UK and have heard of Wharf Aquatics from several different people.

I would love to go, but unfortunately I'm up and Scotland so it's a no-no.
 

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fishytyke said:
hi folks,

Just back from a shop tour, (i'm a teacher so i'm on holiday this week) and i've just been to wharf aquatics, i'm sure that uk members will know where it is!, all i can say is wow, that place never fails to amaze me. just got a group of juvie synspilum, and some excellent endlers (not for the same tank tho :lol: and i was very very tempted by a nile puffer that seemed to be begging me to take it home!!

All in all a great day, even my wife a kids enjoyed it.

300 miles on the car but who cares

neil
lol im from the us and ive heard abuot this place, it sounds like a very good lfs :D
 

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i really could spend waaaaaaay too much money in that shop, its worth the trip just to see, a full grown red tail cat, a 3' arowanna, a 2' round ray a 2' giant gourami and others in a tank which lets them swin in plenty of water.

its the biggest show tank i've seen outside of a public aquarium
 
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