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Subject: fresh water for sale.
From: Michael Martinez <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 21 Mar 2000 21:33:43 +0000

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Please, attempt to discuss something other than. Perhaps an interesting topic
would be the effect of public aquariums increased interest in saltwater , and
how this has helped money's for freshwater studies that are way behind schedule
flounder. Such as sturgeons return to the great lakes. Still nothing. Still
nothing on the extinct mud puppy of the great lakes too. Why, because of
senseless spending in decorative public aquariums, the result of this :
promotion of salt water fish keeping in the home by neophyte. The effects on
reefs from this senseless collection,  the fact that less than a hand full
breed in captivity, and the useless of saltwater to our body. all better
topics. Why not freshwater dolphins instead of saltwater whales. Or a manatee.
Both far more endangered and in need of real help! personally, I'm not
attempting to flame or insult. if we recall 3o, 50 years ago we were headed in
this direction. how did we get sided? I will tell you, by the wonders of
artemia, utah san Francisco bay. Perhaps I'm wrong and continue they way we are
going and we will all be buying bottled water. Remember, who said that thirty
years ago? We did!
As for me, I'm tired. Disappointed. by what? I  see little future for potable,
species cohabitabilty , and our survival without freshwater To think that
infusoria is just now being looked at as if it's a new discovery by some.
 Best regards in whatever your endeavors may be.

"Wallace, Robert" wrote:

> Colleagues,
> Please stop replying to this @#$%^&* Oxygen probe advertisement via this
> fish discussion list.  I, and many others could care less whether or not you
> want the free booklet.
> Distance Learning?
> "Don't teach 'em until you can see the whites of their eyes."
> R.L. Wallace
> Department of Biology
> Ripon College
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