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Old 03/01/2020, 06:57 PM   #3
dudemeister
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Thank you for the reply. I took matters into my own hands and got him out of there however I avoided my main reef system because I didn't want to introduce any diseases and such. In the past I have fed him small fish from Long Island Sound in the past so figured why risk it? I used a BRS media container to trap him which worked out well and allowed me to drain the water out. He (she?) is now in a larger tank that I set up with about 6-8 inches of fresh sand and about 2 inches of shells which worked out well. It seems to be doing ok and even started digging a pit so I am hoping this will lead to burrowing. The amazing thing was when I cleaned out the sand in the tank after 7 years- it smelled but basically everything had decomposed.

Here's to another 7 years?!!!


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