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Old 02-28-2014, 10:32 PM   #1
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Feather Duster Should i be concerned?

So earlier today a bought a feather duster. His little "duster" came out of the tube earlier when i first put him in the tank. I had to put my hand in the tank to move something and i scared him and he went back in his tube. I went to work for a couple of hours and i came back and his "duster" is not out. Maybe another fish scared him and he just went in? idk. Also i was wondering if i can burry the rest of his tube in the sand, well except the part that the "duster" comes out?:confu sed:
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I wouldn't worry. They retract all the time .
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Thanks he actually came out just a little bit ago lol he is fine. Thanks tho

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