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good video on fish care #13251558 08/18/19 09:58 AM
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have to click the link, won't post right for some reason.



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Re: good video on fish care [Re: hopalong] #13252065 08/18/19 09:45 PM
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the reason the oxygenator rumors got started in my opinion was them releasing their own liquid version live well product. I've tested them all and know exactly what's in them. Most have only a couple of very common water treatment additives that can be found at your local pet store. Surelife's products go way beyond that and not only conditions the water, but also medically helps the fish by calming them down, stopping bleeding, regenerating slime coat, etc. fish


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