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Old 02-16-2012, 10:00 AM   #11
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I have one that I feed with a tweezers my friend thinks I am a little off doing that but it is so neat to watch him take the food. They are excellent free cuc but most people panic and kill them.
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There only a problem if u over feed then they will breed like nuts while back i bought a used 50 gallon set up it was advertised so cheap when i went to look at it i found out y over run with bristle worms im under estimating when i say about 200 per square foot u lifted a rock and couldn't see the sand just a big pile of nasty worms
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