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    Too far away (or too busy) to make it into our Maryland retail facility? We've always got more in stock then we have the opportunity to post and it didn't seem fair for our long distance friends to miss out. Dr. Mac just posted another fantastic video on YouTube, a guided tour to some of the amazing livestock currently in stock!





    Maryland Corals for Sale | Saltwater Fish | Inverts | Reef | Clams

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Nice video!

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    Our Maxima clams have been incredibly popular, and photos never do them justice. So we wanted to share this video review of our remaining stock!


    Maxima Clams for Sale | Crocea | Squamosa | Derasa | Aquarium Lighting



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    I picked up two, they are amazing and really healthy. Not to mention the ceazy prices. Nice work PA!


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