I guess we all think, the way how Nemo escaped from the fishtank into the ocean is a mission impossible. What happened today is even better and even more impossible. As you can see below in the picture, there is no way to escape below the surface. The only way to escape is through the safety overflow, a 40mm T-piece which is 38mm higher than the water surface. Then the real challenge begins. Rollercoaster through the overflow pipe, a few bends and T-pieces. With hi-speed into the skimmer, down between the bubbles, passing the inlet from the 3000 litre powerhead, right down from the bottom into the 90 degree elbow and upwards to the most dangerous part of this escape. The dangerous DIY milkfilter. Once in the milkfilter sock, the game is over, because the stupid breeder takes the sock out once a day and throws them away, without even checking what is inside the sock. So perfect timing is the secret. "I was watching this stupid breeder for quite some time now, every day and I have figured out, that I have to enter the first T-piece (which is above the water surface) by the time, when the stupid breeder is touching the milkfilter. The chance that the stupid breeder replaced the sock, before I could pass it, is roughly 60/40 for the stupid breeder." Sounds really funny, just like the movie, but that is the only timeframe for a fish to pass the sock. Maybe 60 seconds to pass this: "The only thing I really don´t know yet is, where do I end up? I can see until the pipe goes out of the milkfilter, but where is this pipe leading?" Sorry little friend, the pipe ends up in two sumps. The first sump, I never opened up and the second sump, I check once per day, because the autotop is not working. If you can make it until here, there is a 12.000 litre returnpump waiting for you. Today I checked the water level in this particular sump. And that is what I see, when I open the lid. You can see next to nothing, just where the water level is. Pitch black in there! Now the few things I would like to understand: 1) What is the chance for a 2cm clownfish to make that jump? He made it! 2) What is the chance for not getting sucked into a 3000 litre pump? He made it again! 3) What is the chance, to pass the sock within the 60 seconds of replacement? He made it again! 4) What is the chance, that the return pump still has a basket on the inlet and not getting minced back where he came from? He was just lucky! 5) What is the chance to see a 2cm clownfish swimming in a dark sump? He was lucky again! How many lifes does a clown fish have??????????????????