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BrandonS
05/06/2008, 09:38 PM
I got myself a Nikon D80 a few months ago and just got home. I figured I would try out the one lens with the macro on it (only 1:2 magnification) with the tank. So I was shooting pictures all happy and haven't been home for 4 months so I was suprised to see this monster come out of the rock. The wife had told me while I was gone that there was a 7" long worm in there, but I thought she was just exaggerating. Guess not. Enjoy!

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http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b35/sl2brandon/Fish%20Tank/DSC_1286-2.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b35/sl2brandon/Fish%20Tank/DSC_1287-2.jpg

I know the tank looks pretty grim, but the wife was taking care of it for the 4 months and only did 1 water change.

TulsaReefer
05/06/2008, 10:06 PM
I know when I travel my worm population climbs. Something about my wife wanting to feed the fish a little extra as they look hungry... Luckily I haven't found any 7 inchers yet, just a whole lot of smaller ones.

BrandonS
05/06/2008, 10:15 PM
I was told it won't hurt the fish at all, just anger the soft coral. I'm fine with that as they coral's already angry from no water change since forever. I think cleaning the tank will be a project for tomorrow.