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Old 08-04-2012, 01:48 PM   #1
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Lobster switch???

S many of you know, I have a lobster that I like a lot, but that kills everything that I add to the tank. I have a 20g connected with 3 clowns (ik 3 not 2 I saved 2) and one damsel and 2 pep shrimp. My fuge is about 12"x18" after I add my new baffles. Could I put the stiff in the 20 into the fuge and make it so they can't get out (put mesh over the opening) and put my lobster into the 20??? He's about 6" but doesn't move anywhere. It would also be easier to feed him. Could I do this?? I would run the fuge lights about 18 hours a day. Would that work?!!?? I want more fish but don't want them dead.... Haha. Any help would be appreciated!!!!!!
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