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size of anenome's food?

Discussion in 'Marine Invertebrates' started by Trailermann, Apr 7, 2015.

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    Is there harm in feeding anenome too large a piece of frozen fish? Is there a reasonable limit to the size of thawed frozen silverside chunks?
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    tanker Josh Holloway--Be mine!!!

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    Yes, the anemone may not eat it all, and spit it out==pollute water. It may eat it all, create more waste==Pollute water.

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