#ed_op#DIV#ed_cl#how wouldsome of you act in a situation as discribed. Come home to find your 6 year old sister and her freind armpit deep in your 75 gallon reef tank draging a net around in it also very much atached to your prize green carpet anemone trying to catch nemo so they can take him back to his dad.......other then being speechless and quickly getting them out of the house befor i used words i would rather them not to hear it was not a very good situation to come home to. The carpet is still very shaken up but it looks like it might pull threw just for safe measures does anyone know any stress realivingactions i can take to help inshure that it does not take a turn for the worst?#ed_op#/DIV#ed_cl##ed_op#DIV#ed_cl##ed_op#/DIV#ed_cl#
#ed_op#DIV#ed_cl#ya i wasn't planning on doing to much of anything to it as long as there wasn't anything that i oculd do to help it guess i just have to cross my fingers, and keep the canopy lid locked from now on.#ed_op#/DIV#ed_cl#
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