Aqua Nano 22 Litre Fish Tank -  Save £49 - Pets At Home £29
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Aqua Nano 22 Litre Fish Tank - Save £49 - Pets At Home £29

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Found 30th Jun 2014
VIP book states £39 on fish tank with cabinet (book £2 for non members and free for card holders).

My local does not stock the cabinet.

I questioned this and they scanned the product on its own and voucher and it took £41 off.

Meaning the £70 tank was only £29.

Great tank, I have the 55 litre it comes with heater and filter with filter sponge and carbon all hidden behind a glass panel.

Excellent deal never seen it cheaper

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Oh nooo! Small tanks are not good for much, don't care how cheap they are.

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Thing

Oh nooo! Small tanks are not good for much, don't care how cheap they are.



I only want it for some bog wood and shrimp. So hot for me.

velma21

I only want it for some bog wood and shrimp. So hot for me.



You live in the UK, it's called a prawn
en.wikipedia.org/wik…awn

...I've realised this is actually a cry for help on the matter from myself. Always hear on american media for degenerates the term "shrimp" thrown around (why exactly that expression should form part of some kind of entertainment is beyond me).
Anyway, they call it shrimp, nobody I know calls it a shrimp...

Why are you calling it a shrimp?
Thanks, genuine question
Edited by: "robo989" 30th Jun 2014

We call them shrimp. Okay this is alright for a few shrimp, but you'll get people putting several goldfish in them, they get stunted, they die and the owner is baffled. That's if they live the cycle and not die from high ammonia or nitrite. And poor little goldie needs replacing.

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robo989

You live in the UK, it's called a prawn … You live in the UK, it's called a prawn :)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrimp_versus_prawn#Shrimp_versus_prawn...I've realised this is actually a cry for help on the matter from myself. Always hear on american media for degenerates the term "shrimp" thrown around (why exactly that expression should form part of some kind of entertainment is beyond me).Anyway, they call it shrimp, nobody I know calls it a shrimp...Why are you calling it a shrimp?Thanks, genuine question



I've always wondered if they were the same how are never really looked into it much.

I call them shrimp as that's what all the sellers advertise them as

I live in Southport where there is a firm called Southport Seafoods whose speciality is potted shrimps, they have even had the royal seal of approval from Prince Charles!

Thanks got one a bit like you did but now I think they have had an email from Head Office. Now the deal is definitely described as 'buy both tank and stand' in the little 'adverts' placed inside display tanks, where as when I got mine, it just said £39 off the tank.
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