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Old 04-11-2013, 09:17 PM   #1
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Carpet anenome help?

I came home from work today to find my carpet missing searched the whole tank and couldn't find it. It's the size of a small dinner plate and the tanks not huge so I got worried, thinking it might have all of a sudden died and rotted away( in six hours) I waved my hand around where it was and found it buried in the sand under my rock work. Now I'm really worried! First pic is over a year ago, since it has been residing directly down in sand bed

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Sand bed is 3 to 4 inches thick, I've had the carpet for going on 4 years now all other corals are exploding with new growth, planned on testing water this weekend coming up but last tests came out good.

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Has this happened to anyone else
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