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Old 05-15-2019, 11:40 AM   #1
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Is this safe for my aquarium?

We found this sea cucumber at Panama City and Iím wondering about taking it home and put in my 230 gal well established fish and reef tank. Itís about 7 inches long. Black with yellow dots. Click image for larger version

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Could have many diseases thay could ruin ur tank
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Don't bring wild creatures, shells, or rocks into your home system. Besides carrying diseases, you can also bring in toxins that can be very detrimental in our closed systems. What ends up on the shoreline areas can have increased levels of these toxins as shorelines are basically nature's protein skimmers, trying to get rid of all the gunk.
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