Some more "worst of craigslist"

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anunez91

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i wonder how people figure that this is ok?

i gave them the link to this site.

for future references, does this sight have banners you can post on your own website?



how about this?



is this overstocked? im sure it is
 

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Should be reported to the Humane Society, that is very sad. Same with some big boxmarts and their fishtanks.
 

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Actually, I think it's not alive. I just googled for it, and it appears to be just a really poorly thought out souvenir/gag gift kind of thing. It's a dead baby sand shark that may or may not have actually made it to a live birth, preserved in formaldehyde.

That's still incredibly sick and bizarre.
 

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Oh thank goodness midthought and I hope it's true that the poor thing is already dead! I was sick in my stomach when I saw that thinking it was alive in there.
 
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this was another one i found that day but i forgot to post it with the original link



i guess at least its not in a ten gallon

im still looking at my betta tank and trying to fathom how two almost full grown angels are still alive in that, its crazy
 

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I got a 7 in. Jack Dempsey in a 40 gallon tank by himself. I know my tank is on the smaller side for a JD but he is doing fine. I would never add another fish to his tank. I cant stand when people buy alot of fish with very little knowledge of their standard living conditions
 
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