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Old 12-19-2014, 10:36 AM   #11
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Ok... maybe just the snowflake...
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Ok... maybe just the snowflake...
Lions are the oscars of the salt water world because they are seriously messy eaters. With just the lionfish and snowflake you would be maxing out the bio load of the tank. I would honestly leave it at that.
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I believe some animals just aren't meant for captivity. The ribbon eel is one of them.

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