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Old 01-31-2013, 01:45 PM   #1
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sick leather?

Hey everyone. I woke up today around 6 am, and as im not working, its one of the few times I get to watch my tank "wake up". My actnics turn on at 9 am and my 10,000k at 11 am. I noticed that even by 12 my leather has not woke up. Its still slumped over and greenish red like it is every morning after lights first turn on. As of yesterday it was perked up, beautiful tan color, and polyps covering it. Today, in a funk.

I know leathers can slough, molt, or whatever the true term is when they shed. Can anyone take a look at these pics and tell me if I should worry? The picture of it healthy does not really do it justice. Its considerably larger now and really did look great yesterday.

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