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Old 10-20-2011, 05:50 PM   #1
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Would a flower urchin be fine with 2 triggers?
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Old 10-20-2011, 06:09 PM   #2
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Would a flower urchin be fine with 2 triggers?
I don't think any urchin would survive the night with a couple of triggers,... Like candy to a fat lady
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I don't think any urchin would survive the night with a couple of triggers,... Like candy to a fat lady
,,uh yeah ,,i agree...
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That sucks I thought that maybe out of all the urchins this one would be my best bet cause how toxic it is
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Old 10-21-2011, 11:20 AM   #5
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That sucks I thought that maybe out of all the urchins this one would be my best bet cause how toxic it is
Why would even want something like that in your tank anyways..?? Just seems like an accident waiting to happen ( IMO )
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yeah thats just bad news imo... not only would th triggers hound the urchin..but if they managed to actually kill it...they'd die too...not good
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yeah thats just bad news imo... not only would th triggers hound the urchin..but if they managed to actually kill it...they'd die too...not good

I totally agree, Trigger's anatomy is specifically designed for eating urchins. There is a 100% chance of death. Triggerfish= no cleanup crew lol
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Guess I'll have to wait to get a tank going that he will be fine in but thats for later in life
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Kinda hard to eat something that latches on the min something touches it and has a deadly toxin. they would die before making any real damage. Three claws on it too. Try it
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:52 PM   #10
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Kinda hard to eat something that latches on the min something touches it and has a deadly toxin. they would die before making any real damage. Three claws on it too. Try it
I want to avoid death lol
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