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Old 03-21-2012, 03:42 AM   #11
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Wow that's pretty cool I never thought about putting the food in the coral! Do you just use a syringe and squirt it in there or what?
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I've heard of people doing that, but it's still no guarantee. Unfortunately, you can't force a clown to host something. Free fishy will at work here.
But hey, if that works for others, it's worth repeating! My clown has steadfastly ignored my two anemones... and decided to host a feather duster worm. LOL
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:56 AM   #13
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Wow that's pretty cool I never thought about putting the food in the coral! Do you just use a syringe and squirt it in there or what?
I used garlic pellets and put them on the tentacles and it's funny because during the day they are in and out of the anemone but they still sleep sideways on my floating magnet at night lol
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I've heard of people doing that, but it's still no guarantee. Unfortunately, you can't force a clown to host something. Free fishy will at work here.
But hey, if that works for others, it's worth repeating! My clown has steadfastly ignored my two anemones... and decided to host a feather duster worm. LOL
That's funny lol clowns are so weird
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Yeah I never knew fish actually slept!! I'm used to freshwater fish until just about a month or two ago when I bought the little guy an I thought he was dead when I turned on the lights the morning! But within minutes he was swimming around happily looking for food
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