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Bill's new Red Sea 350

Bill Walton

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We had several small fish in the red Sea tank from the beginning.
Last week I closed down the smaller 32 gallon tank and moved two Clown fish and a shrimp to the Red Sea aquarium.
Nanshe now has eaten the two clown fish that were moved. So far Nanshe has not bee able to catch the Basslet, either of the chromies nor the Blenie or shrimp.
 


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We had several small fish in the red Sea tank from the beginning.
Last week I closed down the smaller 32 gallon tank and moved two Clown fish and a shrimp to the Red Sea aquarium.
Nanshe now has eaten the two clown fish that were moved. So far Nanshe has not bee able to catch the Basslet, either of the chromies nor the Blenie or shrimp.
What made you decide to combine the two tanks?
 

Bill Walton

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The small apartment is the main factor.
The smaller tank was 32 gallons and had the Pacific brown, which is a nocturnal octopus.
When it died, i decided one larger tank was enough.
I'd like to have another tabnk, but that is impossible.
 



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