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Old 09-02-2004, 10:39 PM   #1
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Scooter Dragonet Question

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Had a question about a Scooter. Do they require as much live rock and pods to sustain them as a Mandarin Goby does? Or are they any more likely to take prepared meaty foods?
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They will yake prepared foods. My does all the time. He is for-ever climbing all over the rocks pickin at stuff. But he will eat frozen foods and the stuff on the substrate that no one else eats.

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Mine takes prepared food as well. He even started eating flake. From what I understand this is not always the case. I would make sure one is eating before you take him home.
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I'll definitely make sure he's eating at the store before bringing him home. I just love watching them hop along the bottom. They are so goofy!
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I have one in one of my commercial tanks that is doing well. He's been in there for about 8 months and will eat anything. To be fair, this tank has a large pod population and a fairly light bio load though.
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