[LA, Burbank, Glendale, Valley] My beautiful fish needs new home


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Hello everyone,

I just posted on this forum about what to do with the 500-gallon fish tank that was left with the house that we just got.

It seems like we need to re-home the fish as soon as possible.

I am sure I can take my time to sell the fish and the system for higher but I don't want the fish to suffer for my gain.

If there is any fish lover who can take our fish and give them a good home, I would like to give them away. (I think they have been living in the same system for many years so I feel horrible having to rehome them. So I want to make sure they go to people who can give them good life!)

Also, anyone who can help us figure out how to tear down the system would be most ideal.

Please message me if interested.
(All the pic of the fish and tank system is in the link - https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/tear-down-the-tank-update-with-pics.874121/#post-9595339)

We are near LA zoo.
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