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Old 04-05-2005, 09:20 PM   #1
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What eats fish poop?

Any specific crabs, shrimp, cucumbers, ect?
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Scats, hence the name.
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What's a scat
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I have a saltwater tank!!
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Scats do quite well in full marine (they really need at least highly brackish)....'scats' are Scatophagus argus, typically.
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If that doesn't work (scats) I would look at your filtration system. I have never used scats for that and I have only converted one to complete salt. that just shows you, when you think you know a lot, someone will show you something new!
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