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2011-09-14 11:19:58
2011-09-14 11:19:58

Hello, Well in the wild there are a couple of places normally in brackish waters of Australia up Queensland way and new south Wales and also i think up the top of Victoria too. In captivity you can purchse them for a few different aquariums and pet stores around Australia. If u are after purchasing more than one u might be able to get them from a company called Aquarium Industries and that company is based in Melbourne. They do shipping and stuff like that so that might be ur best bet. Hope this helps :oD


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