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Old 11-12-2013, 12:47 PM   #1
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Left my lights on in my tank when i went out of town for the weekend. Favia looks like (moderator edit). Duncan looks upset and zoas look a little shaken up. Will these guys be ok? Im most worried about the favia. Its sweeper tenticles were all balled up last night when they came out. It was also sliming. Not sure what that means for it
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Left my lights on in my tank when i went out of town for the weekend. Favia looks like. Duncan looks upset and zoas look a little shaken up. Will these guys be ok? Im most worried about the favia. Its sweeper tenticles were all balled up last night when they came out. It was also sliming. Not sure what that means for it
They should rapidly readjust. Get a timer
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