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Old 02-06-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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Dragonet died

My dragonet died today I actually saw it takin it's last breaths soo sad
All the snails and crabs didn't waste anytime and came to eat him up. Should I leave him in there or take him out

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75 gallons is pretty large. All that will be left of him by tomorrow will be bones and maybe some leftover flesh. When my clown goby died i took it out. But you can do whatever you like. I hardly doubt you will see a spike in any of your parameters in a tank that big. Still, if it was me, i would take him out and flush.
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die, died, dragon

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