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Old 08-14-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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Cucumber?

Would my cories and snail eat a very small peice of cucumber sliced super thin?
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The snail will almost certainly eat it. What kind of snail is it? The corys don't really need cucumber, but they'll probably eat it anyway. Frozen brine shrimp would be a better treat for them.
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The snail will almost certainly eat it. What kind of snail is it? The corys don't really need cucumber, but they'll probably eat it anyway. Frozen brine shrimp would be a better treat for them.
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