Ok, someone in my tank needs a real Whoopin'!

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  1. Dlaria

    Dlaria

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    Ok, someone in my tank needs a real Whoopin'! Either my newest clam keeps pushing himself over on his side, or someone else is doing it; and a couple smaller mushrooms are loose on the sand/off their rocks. :cursing::cursing:
    I'm suspecting the red corris wrasse (he is the devil), the large hermit crab... because he cruises around the tank like a bull in a china shop, and/or the emerald green crab... because he climbs on everything and there's not much algae in there for him to eat. (I feed him algae treats though.)

    Cast your votes on who the guilty party(s) is...
     
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  3. Seabass

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    Hermit
     
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    Hermit, he doesnt mean to though :)
     
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    clam cause he wants to....
     
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    could be Bakkies Botha:lol:
     
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    Hermit, or the clam itself. As is opens and closes it might just tip itself by accident. Mine fell over a few times the first 2 days, so I put a few rocks around it to keep it in place. It then anchored itself. Then I removed the rocks and all was OK, or was it? The next day it turned itself 90 degrees, facing a way that was not cool. I did not really get to turning it back, but luckily he turned himself back to the first position and all is well now. WHOOHOO
     
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    I wouldn't be surprised if its the hermit they can be real bulldozers.
     
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    I suspect the hermit
     
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    :rofl:

    I would guess the clam himself (mine do it to)
     
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    Uhm i hate to be the bearer of bad news but........ all the signs point to CHUCK NORIS !!
     
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    True
     
  13. Dlaria

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    Ok, that rotten hermit was eating the heads off of my new cluster dusters, and the wrASSe fish keeps yanking the food out of the corals mouths. :banghead:

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    :lol: I know how you feel, I had three really nice feather duster worms and my peppermint shrimp bit their heads off and it didn't even eat them. They also make it a mission to feed the chilli coral cause they keep taking the food ouy of its mouths, but my hermit is really well behaved.
     
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    DAng it! Came home to nearly all the frags turned over and stuff all disrupted! Apparently it was not a good idea to put some of the amphipods in the DT... The fish discovered that they were hiding under the frags, etc. and tore the whole tank up trying find and eat them all. :cursing:
     
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