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Old 07-25-2005, 10:59 PM   #1
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i was wondering about corals and i dont have very much info on them IE like what they do how to handle them how they get on your rock etc etc. anyone have any good sites fo info? i GTG 2 bed now........YAWN

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This really depends on the individual corals that you're interested in. Soft corals can be tied down until they attach, hard corals can be glued down with superglue (Loc-Tite from Walmart is the best, IMO). www.garf.org has a lot of info on fragging which generally includes info on attaching the corals to rock. As you see a coral you're interested in keeping do some reasearch, ask some questions... do some more research... you get the idea!

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