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Old 11-23-2014, 01:36 PM   #1
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Old live rock question

I bought a 28g jbj hqi tank off of someone and I'm rebuilding the whole tank. The guy gave me his live rock in a 5g Home Depot bucket that is sitting in water. The rock has been in the water for a few weeks now; so by now has the whole rock died off? Could I still use the rock? Any info you all can give me will be greatly appreciated.


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