Originally Posted by pugpops
okay, i JUST had a question about this, following my torch coral is actually a hammer coral, and that it looks like it's acclimating, but now i'm getting pretty scared. one of the branches still looks deflated, and even worse, that it appears that a whole "string" of its tentacles is striped off! it's almost as if it's coming loose or something?! should i take it back to my saltwater aquarium store to see what they can do? (in the picture i circled the "string of tentacles" thats coming off)
The pic is not very telling. Hard to see, blurry. But i would not do anything. Let it be. Removing and taking to LFS
will only stress it out. Also your LFS
wont do anything about it. Gareentees are not long if at all when it comes to livestock.
Get a better pic, but all else looks fine, btw its a branching hammer.
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