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Old 04/18/2013, 12:01 PM   #1
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MiniMax Anemone

I am trying to move a minimax anemone from one tank to the other but don't want to use the rock its on because of bubble algae on it. While trying to get it off the rock I ripped the foot. At that point I just let it be and put it back in the original tank.

Question is will this guy pull through or is it doomed?
And if it heals up how do you get it to release from a rock?

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Old 04/18/2013, 12:10 PM   #2
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to get it to release get ice cubes and, put it on the foot he will eventually let go may take one or two cube. Is he done, I dont think so im almost sure they can regenerate their foot!

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Old 04/19/2013, 12:48 AM   #3
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Yes they are pretty tough, and the cube trick usually work

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