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Old 07/29/2015, 08:55 PM   #1441
mfaso24
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Originally Posted by karimwassef View Post
dinos are in every tank and every reef. They're a normal part of the ecosystem.

When we say someone "has dinos", we mean that they've run amuck and taken over the tank due to vacancies in the natural biological hierarchy.

Transferring moves them but the conditions that allow them to explode into disastrous proportions are tank dependent. If the new tank doesn't exhibit the same conditions, nothing happens.

If you tear everything down and set it up again with the same initial conditions, dinos take over again.

Yeah I guess that makes sense. It's difficult because with so many different species of Dino's, nobody seems to know what "the right conditions" are.


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