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low temperature vs. zoanthids

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    bigbill - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    looks like there going to make it all but 3 heads where fully open today
    I have no fear of losing my life - if I have to save a koala or a crocodile or a kangaroo or a snake, mate, I will save it.
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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    Keep your eyes pealed for pox- its common for polyps to catch zoa pox w/ temp swings.

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    XSiVE - Reefkeeper
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    good to hear that they are doing better.. too cold is typically a little easier on corals than too hot.

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