How to Prevent Fish from Stealing Coral Food

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  1. MASA Admin

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    When it comes to acquiring food, fish will take the path of least resistance. And one of the best ways for a fish to score an easy meal is to snatch morsels away from their glacially slow-moving invertebrate tankmates. Heck, it’s practically like taking candy from a baby, except babies usually cry a lot louder ... [Read More]

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  3. Armien

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    I use a 2L soda bottle with the bottom cut off, I drilled a hole in the screw on cap to insert a syringe or turkey baster. I draw the food into syringe stick it into the screw on cap and position the cut off bottle over the coral I want to feed. I slowly insert the food from the syringe into the confined space of the bottle and the coral can then feed without having its food snatch away by the fish. This way I don’t need distract the fish with extra food. If I feed pellet food I just remove the screw on cap and drop the pellets into the bottle positioned over the coral.
     
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