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Old 01-29-2013, 08:04 PM   #1
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Maroon Clown

I have a maroon clown I adopted from a friend that was ditching her tank. He's a quirky thing. He has adopted my Duncan coral as a home and is very protective of it. Plus he likes to sift sand in his mouth and move it around with his tail. Is this a normal behavior of these clowns?
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I've had one for 7-8 yrs and act the same way. He is always moving sand and hosts any and everything. Right now he likes my yellow polyp colony.
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He's between 7-8 also. He's by far the most entertaining fish in the tank. Very dominant and a food hog.

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