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Old 12-27-2003, 11:01 PM
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Default Baby shrimp born!

Tonight I was rearranging corals. By the time I was done, I put the moonlights centered on the tank.

I even fed the anemones a little extra and cleaner shrimps (5 total) a little extra algae wafer.

By the time I was done and admiring the new coral placements, I noticed alot of "debris" floating in my tank. As I examined a little closer with the aid of the moonlights, I saw the debris was swimming/darting around.

Next thing you know the chalk bass were going to town big time chowing down! Next came the goby and then the neon dottyback. It was quite the party.

It was very exciting seeing all the new life swimming around inside my tank. I turned off the skimmer and the UV so the fish and corals would have a chance at some yummy food.

It was really COOL to see![]
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