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What is one of the colors on a clownfish? (hint there is a clownfish on the CR logo in the top left corner of the page.)

My DIY Clam boat :)


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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Default My DIY Clam boat :)

    Made out of Epo Putty. Dried out over 24hrs. Simple right lol
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    Sweet Jamie A+ !
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    I hope he doesn't move or did you glue his foot? When i moved my clam, he moved to a place more to his liking. Granted it was only a couple of inches in the sand bed.

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    Very cool! That looks like one happy clam.

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    No I didn't glue her foot! She can move a little if she wants. But the sides are slightly raised so she can't scoot off. I kept seeing her foot coming out while she was on the LR but the bristle worms seemed to be irritating it and so she'd retract it. Hopefully this will end that issue I don't want her on the SB because I'm not comfortable with her getting enough light down there. She's doing really good where she's at and I'm already seeing new growth on her shell
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    Looks good, great idea you had. See how it works and maybe you could sell them on here......then take it global!

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Lol cheaper to make it yourself
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    Great idea, I think I may make one for a wandering crocea I have. But If that clam wants to it would be able to hop off the boat, it's surprising how big of a hop a clam can make.

    And Miz thats a "he" not a "she" clam, you can tell by it's large amount of "coolness". Girl clams just aren't as cool, lol.

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