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Old 02-23-2004, 02:59 PM   #1
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Easily Excited Cleaner Shrimp

Is it typical for a cleaner shimp to get very excited every time something new is put in the tank? Mine runs right over no matter what it is. If i stick my hand in, he's right on it, picking away. When i put my corals in, he had to visit each one almost as though he had to approve its placement in the tank. Quite an interested and interesting creature.

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oh yea but think about it if they didnt have big kahunas they would never clean a 40 pluss pound groupers mouth ya know !!
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My CBS did the same thing everytime a new addition was made. What kind of cleaner do you have?

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My skunk and fire cleaners clean everything except the fish They go crazy too evertime I add something especially if it's meat or my hand.
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Mine's a skunk. I'm going to get another skunk and a fire later this week.
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my only prob i have with them is after i feed the anenome they run over and steal the food !! which amazes me that they would become food but dont faze them !?!
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