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    Default New anemone help

    Hi guys,
    We have recently put in an anenome two days ago and tonight is had fully opened up and our clown fish are trying to get under it. We are worried why it would be fully opens? Is it just adjusting or is it dying?


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    Your anemone looks healthy
    The clownfish wants to host it

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    Adjusting

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    +1 on adjusting. It's completely normal for it to open up like that

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    As long as it doesn’t have a gaping mouth it should be fine, also no tears at the foot.


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    It’s great that the clown fish are trying to host the anemone, some people seem to find it difficult to convince there clowns to do that.
    How long has your Aquarium been running for?

 

 

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