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Old 06-05-2013, 11:45 PM   #1
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Sea Cucumber

I have a Tiger Tail Sea Cucumber ( Believe thats the name ) that has always been a great waste eater. Ever since I upgraded to my new tank with new sand, he has been searching for waste in all the wrong places. He hangs out around the top of the tank on pumps and behind the overflow box and hasnt noticed the waste building on the sand. I am worried if I dont do something soon he could starve. Could I spot feed him or lead him to the waste somehow? Any advice would be great!
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