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    you can buy dry rock, it will be much cheaper. I like marcorocks.com they have great prices and you can call them up and tell them what sort of pieces you are looking for and he will do his best to get them to you.
     
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    Does the shipping kill ya though?
     
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    Hmmm... you are like a wealth of information, between you and MikeG, I think this tank might have a chance. +1 for you Mam ;)
     
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    I have had 2 dead fish in 3 days now, my pink one and the Chromis. Seems like the larger Damsel is getting aggressive. Any ideas before she goes after the clowns? Oh yeah got my first power head in today, works great!
     
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    pull it and try and take it to the store, but thing to do with a damsel
     
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