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Old 08-21-2003, 10:37 PM   #1
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Kinda gross, but I need to ask . . .

I have a meat coral that I fed a piece of frozen shrimp the other day (I thawed it first)

Then this evening, it started to vomit (for lack of a better word). Thin brown trails of "material" came from it's wide open mouth.

He seems to be fine now, but was just wondering if anyone else had this happen.

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Hmmm, well vomit is not the term I would have used (think the other end) and it's perfectly natural
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Out of the same hole????????????
OMG!!!! Really??

Should I be concerned about removing it from the tank??

I'm relieved on one hand that it wasn't the "Big V", but concerned that he is pooping that much.

Should I just let it happen??

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Out of the same hole????????????
OMG!!!! Really??

Yep, space is at a premium on the reef

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I wouldn't, one critters poop is anothers dinner, nasty but true.

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I'm relieved on one hand that it wasn't the "Big V", but concerned that he is pooping that much.
Well I imagine it had been at least a week or more.................

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Should I just let it happen??
Not sure how you would prevent it, but if you want to....I suggest you eat alot of binding foods and see how you feel about someone locking the potty on you
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