have u ever heard on nennie soup?hi all
wonder if this is weird...my anemone keeps climbing onto my powerheads. Is this due to bad flow or flow direction or maybe something else
actually as far as i know, nennies are one of the very few animlas in the world that have no form of tissue necrossis with age....simple under optimal conditions it will never die. really cool but makes them very hard to age, they can be 1 year or a thousand we just dont knowdude your system is running for a month and your trying to keep a nennie!!!!!!!
minimum is 6 months and then some nennies sill struggle
thats not going to work boet:nono:
i'll be more that happy to keep the nennie in one of my tanks until your system is matured or you need to sell it or give it to some one else.
anemones don't have a short livespan it will get allot older than us humans and some reefers kill them in a week or two(do research when you buy stuff before hand)
let me know what you going to do
yip that's what makes these creatures so damn awesomeactually as far as i know, nennies are one of the very few animlas in the world that have no form of tissue necrossis with age....simple under optimal conditions it will never die. really cool but makes them very hard to age, they can be 1 year or a thousand we just dont know
i live in fear of it lol. actually i ahve rather similar views of looking after fish and have closed down two pet shops (one in sa and one in UK) who were not looking after their LS well enough in my humble eyes. Fish and tank mates only have what we give them, so simply the better we look after them the better their lives aresee you still remember my old signature :razz:
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