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Old 11-09-2003, 01:41 PM   #11
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When I feed the fish, I break off small pieces and put them into the tank.
I put the frozen pieces in a little cup of tank water so it thaws first but have been debating whether to throw in the forzen pieces so it doesn't make such a mess and the fish can rip pieces off as it thaws.
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Old 11-09-2003, 02:30 PM   #12
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I don't like thawing it in the cup since the fish never seem to be able to eat it all when I do that and it goes everywhere when I pour it in. By putting it in semi-frozen, they can grab it and rip chunks off. Whatever they don't eat, I scoop out.

Now when I get several corals in the tank, pouring it in may be a better idea since the corals will be able to catch all the floating food in the aquarium.
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Yeah, even though I didn't want corals and hard-to-feed things, I just bought a rock that turns out to have about 1,524 little feather-duster worms 8O
I think I also have *1* zoanthid bud, and there is some other type of white soft coral lurking around too. So now I guess I have to feed the little buggers! I think I will try that stuff by Kent someone suggested.
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