The 130G breeder tub is here :D

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Well firstly, WOO my own blog! Thanks Mike

And on to the main topic!
Woo the breeder tub arrived

As soon as I got home from school, I did what had to be done
Please ignore my ugly dimples, this is my fake smile lol.
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I filled it up and threw in some weed and a few batches of frogspawn
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Thanks,
Ben
 

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ooooo.... can you tell us where you got it :O???

BTW.... it looks so sunny and warm in the UK....
 

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Well firstly, WOO my own blog! Thanks Mike

And on to the main topic!
Woo the breeder tub arrived

As soon as I got home from school, I did what had to be done
Please ignore my ugly dimples, this is my fake smile lol.
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I filled it up and threw in some weed and a few batches of frogspawn
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Thanks,
Ben
thank god your socks are clean!!!
that looks fun and large (the tub not your dimples )
what else will be going in there?
 
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platy ben

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@ Steed: I got it off a koi breeder on ebay Trust me, its not as sunny as it looks, we had two nice sunny weeks, and this is a rainy one, just as my Physical Education assesments come round

@ Shawnie: I had to take my shoes off before I got in, can't let it get dirty Well once the frogspawn has hacthed and the tadpoles turn into frogs etc.. This will be where I raise any fry I find in the pond and I might get a couple of new shubunkins soon so I will use it to quarantine them
 
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I don't mind at all, I'll tell you the exact price
The actual tub was £72 and the post and packaging was £18, so total of £90
And its brand new
 
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Haha Thanks
I will be sure to get pics! They look so cute when they first lose there tails and start jumping!
 

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Tubs similar to that can be found here in the states at good farm supply stores or outlets. They are often used as livestock waterers.
 
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