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Help! Rockfall Onto GC Anemone

Discussion in 'Anemone' started by havnfun328, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. havnfun328

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    I looked at the tank just a while ago and realized the rock had shifted and a huge stack of rocks had fallen onto our prized Green Carpet anemone. :jaw-dropping::jaw-dropping::jaw-dropping:

    I pulled the rocks off, and I've attached two pictures: One from a couple weeks ago and one just now. (Even the Hawkfish looks sad.) He's still pretty closed up, but I can't see any obvious cuts or bruises.

    How hardy are they, to injury? We've had him for over two years, and has been very healthy. Strangely, he just recently decided to move around, and I haven't been sure why. He had moved to the left and back between two rocks before they fell. He's not in a good spot now, and I'll probably have to arrange the rock in a way that will shade him from light. Maybe that will encourage him to move to a better location.

    I'll keep you posted.
     

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