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Description: Print the certificate to receive a free sample of live fish food.
Free Stuff Details: In choosing California Blackworms from Aquatic Foods, you are providing one of the best sources of nutrition possible for your tropical fish. Only live foods offer the proteins your fish need to stay vital, live longer, and enjoy optimum health.
There are many important reasons to choose Live Blackworms for your fish instead of frozen and machine prepared "fast" foods. Obviously, live foods are the truly perfect nutritional source for your tropical fish, but are you aware of some of these other reasons?...
Our Blackworms are small enough ( no larger then one inch long or the size of a pin) for all tropical fish to devour them.
The uneaten worms will not die and decay in your aquarium gravel bed and filtration system.
Our California Blackworms ( BLACKWORMS ARE NOT TUBIFEX )are raised in controlled conditions and are free of parasites and pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria.
Please Print The Page And Submit It To Your Local Tropical Fish Store For Your Free California Blackworms Sample
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