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Old 05-05-2012, 07:47 PM   #1
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Hi I am going to get a couple anemones tonight for my tank and was wounds ring how and if I need to acclimate them. They are a curlycue anemone and a white purple tip anemone. Thanks for all your help.
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Yes acclimate but how long has this tank been running for? Anemones should only be added to established tanks or else they could nuke the whole tank and inhabitants.
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What do you mean nuke?
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Release a huge amount of ammonia and kill everything.
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