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Old 12-15-2004, 04:31 PM   #1
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Relocating an eel....

Any suggestions on how to do this safely?

I will be relocating him to a new 55 gal as soon as it completely cycles (Setting it up this weekend), and want it to be as un-tramautic as possible for him.

My 2 main concerns are
1: Not hurting / brusing / cutting him in any fashion
2: Not getting bitten in the process (last time he bit me, I had a red mark on my finger for 2 days).. He's a bit bigger now than the last time he nipped at me.

K thx.
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