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Old 09-12-2010, 06:30 PM   #1
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dead snail

Hi got a dead turbo snail in my tank the hermits
seem to be eating it would you remove it
or leave it to them, the tank is a 25 gallon nano


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i would remove it.
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Is it standard practice to remove any dead animals and not leave
them for the scavengers

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It is a good idea to remove potential ammonia sources before they foul your water.
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you are going to have some angry hermits now. mmmm escargot
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It is a good idea to remove potential ammonia sources before they foul your water.
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