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Old 06-25-2010, 08:04 PM   #11
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Yeah, it was pretty gruesome to say the least. The CUC was going nuts.

Melosu58, I'll definitely be putting a sponge or net around the tube. That, or NEVER leave while I'm using it.
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Old 06-25-2010, 10:29 PM   #12
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Sorry about your clown.

To introduce another just buy a much larger or smaller clown than the one you already have. If the clown you have now was the bigger of the two get a smaller clown because you have a female clown (females are always the larger dominant ones) and buying a small one will make sure your buying a male and that there won't be much fighting. If you the bigger one was sucked in still buy a smaller clown. Really try to find one that is a good inch or so smaller. This will mean less fighting when you put the new one in. If you have to buy a bigger one make sure it's really big.

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I'm VERY confused, yet very excited. I don't know how it's possible, but the male clown fish is still alive!!! One of my fish had to die because there were fish guts and tiny bones everywhere (perhaps is was the firefish). The thing that I get is that the clown was the one by the tube right before I left and the firefish was nowhere near it. I'm still sad that a fish died, but glad that the clown fish is still alive.
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Thats great. Did they enjoy the reunion?
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They sure did. It appeared as though they were making out for a second, lol.
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