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Hey everyone.

Thought I'd post a game with a prize pack for the winner in light of releasing a new range of shrimp products to the Australian market, Mizu Sakura, A true taste of Japan in your aquarium.

The prize includes: 

Mizu Sakura foods pack delivered to your house anywhere in Oz.

Every member of skf welcome to enter. 

(Australian based members only sorry)

All you have to do to enter is guess the number of shrimp in this photo :) closest guess wins!

This is just for a bit of fun and to give away some great products for people to try.

Winner will be announced:

Saturday August 5th- 8pm.

Hope you have fun and happy shrimping. 

 

BEST GUESS AT THIS PIC :)

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CHECK OUT THE GOODIES :)

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Ok i think i have it nailed. Taking away the reflected images that are there i'm going to say 36.

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Haha the lack of high quality camera has added an extra edge to the game :)

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Prize pack will also include mystery item.

Mizu Sakura

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I don't know if it's just me but I can't see a picture of shrimp only the prize pack. It may be why you don't have many entries? 

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24 minutes ago, Cloudwarrior said:

this ended? if not im going with 28

I think there was a bit of trouble with seeing the photo for some people so it has been extended.

You are all wasting your time as i'm feeling the shrimp goodness is heading my way. Yeaaahhh.

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28 minutes ago, EBC said:

(Also hope this is still open!)

Zebra has kindly extended it to Aug 5th, 8pm.

 

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Thanks  everyone for your entries :) 

Got some very close answers here.

Confirming this is still open.

Entries close 8pm This saturday (Saturday August 5th.)

 Winner will be drawn shortly afterwards. 

Thanks,

MizuSakura.

 

 

 

 

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Upping the prize pack :) 

Winner will also receive a MizuSakura- Natures Minerals Sample Pack, 

 Including:

1x 3g Aussie Montmorillonite

(Food grade Australian natural calcium bentonite)

1x3g Shrimp Mud. 

(Our branded Straight Mironekuton) 

 

:) 

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I am going to pick 29, seems like a lucky number for me.. ^^

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Entries close 8pm tonight.

ARIGATO!✌️"""

-MizuSakura-

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Ok folks that's it.

Entries now closed-

Answer:

33

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Winner is:

 

@pmasa

Congratulations!

Please PM me with your address to claim your prizes.

 

Thanks everyone keep an eye out for our posts in the future.

ARIGATO!✌️

MizuSakura 水櫻

 

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