LESS 50% on new Mozambican shipment

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  1. Moolis Moolman

    Moolis Moolman Pet Stop SA

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    Hi Reefers

    As I told a lot of you via Whatsapp last night :thumbup:

    There is a shipment form Mozambique landing today ETA 15H00 and about 60% of this stock are going on special :m12:

    Most of the special stock will be marked down by 50% ;):m109:

    Stock included in this special are:
    Anemones
    Lionfish
    Scorpionfish
    Frogfish
    cowfish
    puffers
    starfish
    bristle stars
    nudibranch
    clams type species
    Tangs
    RED goatfish
    Eels
    Urchins
    Hawk fish
    Triggers
    ETC.

    The exact species and amounts will only be know to us once we have unpacked this shipment. So please post your questions - but understand I will only be able to answer tonight
    AND
    Pictures at the earliest tomorrow.

    This might be the last big discount on Mozambique as a wholesaler intend to buy 70+% of all future shipments and then my stock availability will be limited = less discounts :m26:
     
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  3. Morak

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    Are you expecting any longnose hawkfish?
     
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