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Thirsty?! have a extra size Sunkist

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nolanlll

I was fall in love with this small creature ,love their color and always look cooked , LOL:stupid:

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Now they are upsize for free , yay ;)

Can you see their eyes?

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Nolan

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Heavyd

Congrats mate. Soon you will have a 30 pack of sunkist to really quench your thirst.

BTW is that the same female in all 3 photos?

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Dean

thats a very funny post :) nice work mate and its cool you can see the eyes on the eggs........

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nolanlll

Heavyd: I think not ,first 2 photo is when i got it 2-3 months ago and berried one is just recently

Dean : Thanks Dean, hope the shrimplets survive this time ,i donno why the cherries shrimplets is lost but my CRS shrimplets survive !?

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Heavyd

I thought they looked different. Good luck with the little ones.

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