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Old 05-18-2014, 11:21 AM   #11
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They're fine to just leave in your system. If you start seeing real big ones just cut back on feeding. They're 100% harmless
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He was dying lol 😂
You can't get those suckers to last more than a year or so, unless you literally live for the coral, it was just upsetting because he was still looking pretty while he was slowly dying, and the bristle just made that speed up
It's a shame as they're a beautiful coral but the worm was just doing his job lol
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