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Old 10-25-2007, 09:27 AM   #11
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Good point! I have noticed my snails often slightly out of the water at the top, as well as some of the tiny critters (little snails/starfish etc.) that make their way up the glass.

I'll stop worrying so much then :p Was mainly worried about the bacteria on the LR dying off or something really...

What about corals etc. that may be exposed to the air for a bit while I'm doing PWC's/maintenence, are they also ok for a while?

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