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Turn off the lights !!!!


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    MUCHO REEF - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Turn off the lights !!!!

    It's 1:30 AM, and I couldn't sleep, so I wanted to share something I found yesterday. I guess it can be posted in any forum, but I chose here as there are some polyps in this video.

    Turn off every light in your room, explode it to FULL SCREEN, hit play and kick back and enjoy the trip.

    [ame=http://youtu.be/g2E3CDXHYgk]‪Manuelsinwall‬‏ - YouTube[/ame]

    PEACE
    Last edited by MUCHO REEF; 08-06-2011 at 03:43 PM.
    Please stop fragging your frags.......you'll eventually do more damage than good. Just let them grow.

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    Sir Patrick - Reefkeeper A2 Club Coordinator
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    I saw some coral colonies, that by my guess, has got to be at least 12 years old!

    That fox coral, on the lower right side of the tank, and that elegance were absolutely impressive!!!!

    As for the SPS, a sub-title "polyp extension at its best" fits.

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Holy crap what a sweet video! Amazing corals.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    And a princess parrot! Tender!

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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Very nice video! I bet that was a site to see when you wake up.

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    MUCHO REEF - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    I saw some coral colonies, that by my guess, has got to be at least 12 years old!

    That fox coral, on the lower right side of the tank, and that elegance were absolutely impressive!!!!

    As for the SPS, a sub-title "polyp extension at its best" fits.

    Yes, definitely some mature colonies in there. Proof of what happens when you just let them grow,


    Mucho Reef
    Please stop fragging your frags.......you'll eventually do more damage than good. Just let them grow.

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    TM01 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Looks awsome! Great vid too!
    "The price of beauty is never quick or cheap."

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