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Old 02-14-2015, 12:38 AM   #1
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Sea hare question

So I had a big algae problem in my smaller tank I bought a Sea hair to help clean it up. Which it did awesome so now I have a new established 55 gallon aquarium do I move the sea hair over or not I have heard so many stories. I'm planning on not keeping my smaller tank.


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If you don't have any hair algae in the new one it'll probably starve to death :-(


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Sea hares are greedy creatures, they require food to live, +1 to starving to death.
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