Not sure if anyone remembers my tank crashing overnight 6 months back. Long story short, my Boxfish released Ostratoxin in the tank and I lost my Blond Naso Tang, Boxfish, Angler, Yellow Tang, and Yellow Eye Tang.
Long story short, when I got up that morning, my GS Marroon Clown was clinging to life floating at the top of the aquarium. However, she is the toughest broad of all time. She survived me panicing and throwing her in fresh water for about a minute, going back in the spoiled tank, into a QT
for 6 weeks, and lived to thrive once again in my display tank.
My tank is looking better than ever now days, lots of purple aglea, pods
on the rock (finally got to a Mandarin Goby), and crystal clear water. However, she's been doing something goofy today. Every so often she swims down to the sand, stirs a bunch of it up, and then swims back to her anemone.
Anyone know what her behaviour means?