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Great project! My son and I had fun staring into an aquarium at a restaurant yesterday. I was thinking that we really should have some kind of ecology project going on at home (in addition to the yard, of course). This will be much simpler than doing fish!


LOL Sue...I had the same issue when I went to buy the activated charcoal...I became mesmerized by the fish and actually considered buying a goldfish or two. Then I thought about cleaning the smelly bowl and changed my mind. :))

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