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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    It's sooo puuuuuuurdy!
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    The little red thing? Looks like a feather duster

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    just a small type of feather duster.... he is a purdy one

    look around your tank you will see I am sure more than one!!!
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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Ooooh ya! There's a bunch of em. This one's the biggest. I got this rock from a friend who was moving. Came with purple star polyps (purple stuff on the rock of which polyps come out of it) and I'm afraid one very very big bristle worm.
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    Why are you afraid of the bristle worm, it's like a bee, if you don't bother it, it won't bother you.
    Does water always taste like salt and poo????


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    Bristle worms are great Detravores and benificial to the tank. They are part of your clean up crew

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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Cause I only have an 8g and it's like 5+" long!!! I'm afraid he's gonna eat my new fish. To say nothing of the smaller ones I've see too.
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    the only way it will eat your fish or anything else is if it is already dead if anything a fish will make a meal out of the worm

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    I think it's funny when they get scared & "suck" themselves back into their homes.

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    Very nice little duster you have.
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