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Old 05-24-2011, 03:12 AM   #1
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Compatiblity?

Can I get a Dwarf Lionfish with a couple of clownfish? Now how about a snowflake eel? Anemones?
This is for a 60gal tank
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Old 05-24-2011, 11:24 AM   #2
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It might work but there is a good chance the clowns will be eaten. The snowflake and lionfish would probably be ok if the snowflake is big enough not to fit in the lions mouth.
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Full grown maroon clowns maybe. They wouldn't fit in the lions mouth.
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Thanks. Ill pass on the lion for now. In the future I hope to get one.
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Always better safe than sorry.
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Eels can eat clowns too.
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Oh ok thx
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So do you think a lion would eat a 5 inch sand sifting goby?
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A lion will eat anything it can fit in it's mouth.
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they would have to be big clowns. perculas or ocellaris would be lunch. a dwarf lionfish get's 5" long and can open it's mouth wide enough to fit a golf ball in it.
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