Ok, you may have read the post about my new snowflake moray that has been added to the puffer tank. I added a bunch of LR
to the tank earlier...all this rock came from my other tanks and has been in there for at least 6 months. So, I'm feeding the puffer and offering the snowflake a piece of shrimp this afternoon when I see something else in a hole in the rock. At first I thought it was the snowflakes tail. Then I realized that it had eyes and a mouth full of tiny little teeth! It's about, as nearly as I can tell, 6-8" long and perhaps 3/8-1/2" in diameter. It's sort of the mottled brownish color with a bit of a greenish hue...almost like he got hit with some overspray from green paint. So...I offered it a piece of the shrimp thinking if this thing has been in this rock all this time, never being fed, he's gotta be starving. He boiled out of the hole, nailed the shrimp, snarled at me, and dove back in. I wonder...is it possible...did this thing survive the trip from where ever this LR
came from? I certainly didn't buy him and I've had the rock...all of it...for over 6 months. And...while we're on the subject...what the $#@%@ should I do with it? If it's a green moray, it's gonna get huge! Anyone with moray experience...since it's so small, can I just leave it in with the snowflake and the GSP for a while? Or should I try to get it out and into a different tank now? Good Lord!!! What next?!