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Old 07-09-2013
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Man...way to get in there and swing the damn hammer!

You will be THE F2 ILANGI MAN! by the 1000's!

But for real...that is going to be a stunning show tank!
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Wow that looks awesome!! They'll only get better as time goes on too!
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WOW, Very Nice.
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That is really cool. I love big groups of trophs and petros. Good job!
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Very Nice! I would like to get 80 more Red Bulu's to go with my 20 fry so I could say I have 100 Red Bulu's How sweet would that be... I am drooling already

Thomas
Just send me your 20 Tom and we will be half way there. I could set a web cam on the tank so you could watch it any time.
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they look amazing. Now thats a colony man
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Wooooo Nice!!!!!
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Just wanted to share this video of my 100 f1 Ilangi juvies/frys from Greg (LAA). These are two batches. I got the first batch last March and the second batch was on May. The real deal :-)
They are currently housed in an 8 foot 250g tank..I love watching them as they grow.
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http://youtu.be/zHsSKGGC6qk
all I can say is I'm jealous and wow that is really nice
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Looks great!
But it made me realize I need to get more Rainbows for my tank, I miss the big group I had in my 240
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Thank you fellow tropheus/petro keepers for those compliments and kind words. I do really appreciate it. We all know that we love to keep this fishes as healthy as it should be that's why I put them in a much bigger tank so they could enjoy their life too. Well, I will put some updates again maybe in a couple of months and see how they look like especially their colors as they tend to grow and be glad to share some videos again soon.

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