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Old 05-12-2011, 07:45 PM   #1
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Interesting observations

Thought I'd share something with the forum. We have been wanting to get anemone(s) for some time. In 2009 I joined this forum and have been reading on ways to improve my skill set ever since. So, we recently added two "Condy" anemones to the tank, knowing ahead of time, the clown fish will likely not pair with them. SURPRISE, SURPRISE... our clowns have taken on these condys and are treating them like family. The first time we observed the clown grab the shrimp and feed it to the anemone we were aghast! needless to say we are thrilled and were wondering if this was common or did we adopt some very unusual clowns?
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