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Old 09-11-2012, 01:15 AM   #1
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High Clarity Glass Tanks Arrived


Everyone at Aquatop is thrilled to announce the arrival of our new high clarity glass fish tanks. They just arrived and we'll be adding them to the website soon. The series includes cubed, bowed front and paludariums of varying sizes. All are constructed with low iron glass for an exceptional viewing experience. Say good-bye to the days of purple-brown Crocea Clams! Combined with the polished beveled edges, the aquariums are perfect for planted eco-systems where, as we all know, the natural beauty and colors can be breathtaking.
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Old 09-14-2012, 06:16 AM   #2
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I'm always open to looking at a nice glass tank. Looking forward too see this on your website.

Would you translate this into english, "Say good-bye to the days of purple-brown Crocea Clams! "

What are purple-brown Crocea Clams?

Is saying good-bye to them a good thing?

Where they bad Clams?

And what do they have to do with a glass tank?

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Old 09-17-2012, 05:23 PM   #3
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I'm always open to looking at a nice glass tank. Looking forward too see this on your website.

Wound to translate this into english, "Say good-bye to the days of purple-brown Crocea Clams! "

What are purple-brown Crocea Clams?

Is saying good-bye to them a good thing?

Where they bad Clams?

And what do they have to do with a glass tank?
Hi there--We love Crocea Clams. We used the expression to emphasize the clarity of our tanks. Crocea Clams are known for their bight colors and a high clarity tank will allow you to see the true colors better. Hope that clarifies things.
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