Not direct flow from your powerhead, but under medium flow conditions. Put them in a spot lower down in your aquarium that gets indirect flow and not strong lighting.
Yep, zoanthids can be dangerous. That is always why you should wear gloves when handling them. They release a very powerful palythoa toxin. I've heard of it hospitalizing humans, killing animals. Be smart about it though, and your fine. Just beause you have zoos doesn't mean you are going to get ill. It's my understanding that they need to be under a bit of stress in order to release the toxin.
You shouldn't be having your hands in your tank if they are full of cuts anyways, because there are other dangers besides palythoa toxins. If you are working in another part of your tank, no, I don't see why you need protection IF your hands are in good shape.
A good heads up though, for people who don't know.
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