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Old 01-21-2005, 04:39 PM   #11
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wow i had no idea
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but to clear things up, i wasn't forcing the the clown to touch the anemone. when i reduced the water , there was still plenty of water in there for it to not touch the anemone. were talking a drinking glass thats 8 inches tall. he bumped the anemone by his own free will. i think some of you think i drained all the water so the clown was forced to touch the anemone. this is not the case.
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I got lucky with mine. My maroon went into my bulb tip after only a couple of hours.
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My tomato was guarding an anemone so hard when I bought him I just got the anemone also. Dang thing hardly leaves it. And don't stick your hand in the tank like your gonna mess with his house.
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