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Old 12-08-2010, 08:28 PM   #11
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Cool Video! My boyfriend is teasing me that he's going to have to build me a coral workshop!! (I like that idea!) I think I'm going to wait till the corals get a bit bigger before I go chopping!

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Be carful with the Zoas as they have a deadly poison in them! Wear gloves

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Jason, I had absolutely no idea about the toxicity of Zooanthids. Thank you very much for the heads-up. I did a google search and I found this article the most informative.

Aquarium Science: Palytoxin and You: How and Why to Avoid a Deadly Zoanthid Toxin | Details | Articles | TFH Magazine®

And this one, kind of scary that it's listed on a Chemical and Biological Warfare information website.


Did you know that a dose of 100 nanograms of purified palytoxin (about nine thousandths of a percent of an aspirin tablet) is theoretically enough to kill a human?

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