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Thread: Why are Some IT Eyes "Iced"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosebani View Post
    Doubts? What kinda doubts?
    Take forum info with a pinch of salt, best is to try out yourself.
    Just doubt why people still trying to sell their Tigers when the eyes are "iced"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkh View Post
    It is not recommended to take in tigers with ICE as you have no idea how long the tiger has had it and if you are capable to cure it..........
    Thanks for the advice

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    Just wonder where is the term " iced " for tiger eye come from?

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    Internal Cloudy Eye Defect...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtgaroaro View Post
    Internal Cloudy Eye Defect...
    And think can't cure this defect........

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