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Old 02-15-2006, 11:32 PM   #11
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yea its just really weird...
Not really. You will find stuff in your tank and on your LR that you did not see for months to come.
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yea but a fairly good size hermit crab without a shell?
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Would not surprise me. I had a 2" emerald appear out of mine over a month after it was put in. As well as probably at least 20 other crabs, 5 mantis, at least one pistol shrimp and....... Someone on here had a niger trigger come out of their rock after they put it in from the LFS.
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Ok, well I knew there was a lot of crazy stuff found in lr... but i just thought this was weird until I just read the niger trigger thing because thats just crazy. well i know i wont be surprised any more if i find anything else.
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