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2012-12-08 by Caarooliinaa, jogandi{at}uni-miskolc.hu
nah ini dia masternya..tp saayng, masternya udah mulai memudar emang kl liat codenya itu yg bikin ribet .
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2012-12-08 by Rimshah, ouvidoria{at}anvisa.gov.br
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2012-12-06 by Tanweer, zxg8420{at}hotmail.com
Hello! Not sure what you mean by new rocks? Gravel? Ornamental river rocks?New gravel can make the water go clduoy and smelly. Just imagine that all those rocks have just come from the bottom of a river someone under all the sediment and breaking down protiens from everything that has fallen into the water. An we all know no matter how many times we clean new gravel we still get a milky coolour in the water.If its is new ornamental rocks, they shouldn't be giving off any smell or colour. Best thing to do is water change and keep the tank cycling. Don't add any fish till your Nitrate, Nitrite, Ammonia and PH tests are fine.Also take note of where you got the rocks from, were they bleached and cleaned prior to going in the tank? Are they an unsuitable rock for the aquarium like bushrock? Check the suitability with a local fish store or do a search online if you are unsure. New ornaments shouldn't give off a smell, as they are glazed.I hope this helps!
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2012-10-31 by VqLe, info{at}trilobyte.co.uk
Thank,s Udah bergabung di blog bapak, mudah-mudahan terus mengukiti artikel/materi-materi biologi .. jadilah anak yang pandai, cerdas, disiplin dan jangan lupa shalat lima waktu. wassalam . selamat belajar .
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2012-09-27 by Mete, czhou{at}b-star.cn
ahaha minta maaf juga dia.. uda minta maaf, malah dikomen kok ralat jadi minta maaf? biji seableh kempes yah? salam kenal yah!
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2012-09-26 by Patricia, cbrackman{at}petrokamchatka.com
ahaha minta maaf juga dia.. uda minta maaf, malah dikomen kok ralat jadi minta maaf? biji selbaeh kempes yah? salam kenal yah!
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2012-09-26 by Juan, margbrig515231{at}gmail.com
If you're interested in how the trodatiin got started, it is generally agreed to be very, VERY old.For people more primitive than you or I, winter is like slow, agonizing torture. You are probably cooped up in a small space for warmth. Longer and longer nights take away your ability to see and turn the lands over to nocturnal creatures. It becomes hard to impossible to find new food. If you're clever, you've saved up some supplies, but each day you see that the supplies are getting lower and lower. Cold, hungry death stares you in the face on a daily basis.You can see, perhaps, why winter solstice was celebrated in just about every culture. Where it looked like the world was dying and all the life going away, on the solstice it starts to return. The days come back, the warmth and creatures return, and life seems to bloom from everywhere.What's more, on the solstice you would know how much food you would need to last you until spring just as much as you already ate. It was on that day alone that you would suddenly have extra' food. And with life coming back, what better thing to do than party and eat it all?That is why the new year falls in the MIDDLE of a season. Those in the Southern hemisphere got the date from the same place they got their calander from the North. Hope the helps!
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2012-07-29 by Valentina, scavenger23{at}hotmail.de
Thank,s Udah bergabung di blog bapak, mudah-mudahan terus minkeguti artikel/materi-materi biologi .. jadilah anak yang pandai, cerdas, disiplin dan jangan lupa shalat lima waktu. wassalam . selamat belajar .

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