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Old 03-22-2012, 09:04 PM   #1
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Niger trigger and Bubble Tip

So this evening the wife was feeding the anemones and fish some brine shrimp like usual. After the trigger got his share he went after a piece of brine hanging out of my bubble tip and got stung on his bottom lip and right cheek. We kinda got a laugh out of it. He's got the bubba gump look and a white spot. He's eating but just curious as to how this might affect him. Any comments or suggestions are appreciated.

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