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Old 05-13-2005, 08:28 PM   #1
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wonderin if a niger (african american) triger would kill snails,hermits or brittle starfish if in the same tank thier is also a large general starfish i would like to keep alive
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No one can say for sure what it will do..... They say there reef safe but the can eat every thing listed.... Except for maybe the star.
Some Nigers won't touch a thing others do..... 50/50
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i have snails and hermits already and im not willing to get rid of them for the trigger but if someone has experienced them do bad or good then mabey i will or wont get one
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I have crabs.. I think your a little confused on the difference on a Niger and a person of color.
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If ur not willing to risk it i wouldn't do it, but u could always just look at the one u want to buy at ur lfs and see if they ceep hermits and shrimp and see if it eats/attacks those. It is truly 50/50.
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While this is one of the more docile triggers, it may go for the invets. Not worth the risk.
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