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Thread: Dinner time!

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    Hope you enjoy!

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    Great vid!
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    Thanks! Had lots of fun making it (who doesn't like feeding their animals?? )!

    After I mix the krill and polyp booster together I will let it sit for a while. All the meaty chunks and larger particulates sink and stratify in the bottom of the shot glass and leaves a very watery fluid/supernate on top. That is what I draw out of the glass and inject about 5 minutes ahead of feeding so that it has a chance to mix well in the tank and get everything hungry :)

    I'm not sure just how beneficial it is to do it, but it was something I saw in a Tidal Gardens information video one time. That dude has amazing corals and figured that if it works for him it can't be all that bad haha

    These are the two products I mixed together last night:

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    Cool video! Glad I can watch them, again. Do the tips of your serving instrument ever get stuck to the tentacles of your anemones?
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    Interesting question :)

    The metal tweezers I use in this video do not get stuck. I do have a feeder that is like a long skinny glass turkey baster that has a rubber tip and that will, on occasion, be touched by the anemones and duncan corals and the tentacles will stick to the rubber. It's not so sticky that I can't pull it away, but sticky enough to where the tentacles will stretch out quite a bit before contact is broken. Since the tentacles are fairly delicate, I try to avoid this as much as I can so that I don't risk damaging the flesh.

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