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ccapasso

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Dear John @ reefcleaners.org,

Thank you very much for the snails. They are slow, easy to catch, and taste wonderful. I especially like the little ones, they are my favorite!

In my previous home I was neglected and not fed. But this new home has a plethora of food and shelter.

In addition, they make a great wall when pieced together correctly:

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Sincerely,

Seymour the Mantis Shrimp

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Bravo...someone finds a use for Johns ability to loose count!
the main system!

Aequitas, D's 2.5 gallon pico!


DONKEYS.... They will eat you alive. True story.

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johnmaloney

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Thanks Chris! I guess.... :)

Edited by johnmaloney, 28 March 2012 - 03:00 PM.


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ccapasso

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Sure thing :).

Also, just wanted to let you know that your snails are hardy...And by that I mean super hardy.

The tank in my office is left alone each weekend. Every Monday when I come back, I find a few of them trying to flee the tank. Some have nearly made it to the door (no kidding). Each time I pick them up and put them back in and they live.

Apparently you breed them to be able to live outside the water :P Kudos!

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johnmaloney

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:) They take water with them in their shells. Amazing ability to survive for sure.