Floating Reef

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  1. FishBeast
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    Love the name Freckles for the shark! Cuttlefish are soooo cool
     
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    No Idea who still follows this, But I felt the need to do 2 things 1) update you all on my Nano Reef and 2) if anyone wants more updates on the Nano Reef, Freckles, and the z00-med 50 Gallon Lowboy youre more than welcome to Follow me on Instagram @Keefesreefs :D I would like to wish you all a very happy holiday season, and a happy new year. :D
     
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    Crap.

    Instagram, Facebook, ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
     
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    Looks cool! How's the clam doing for you. During my reefin days I always struggled with those things, but I kicked ass on growing out huge sps colonies.
     
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    @VickiK, I know I am lame lol
    @clownie, The clam is well, as happy as one, ever since I got it.
     
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    I think we need more CLAM DEETS here in WaFishBox, Keefe.
     
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    @VickiK what kind of details do you want?

    The clam is a Tridacna squamosa, which live mostly in the sand instead of rocky outcroppings using its size to keep it in place.
     
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    *googling* Thanks for the details. I'm just interested. I'll never keep saltwater so I have to live vicariously thru you.
    KEEP CLAM! (that's a local Ivar's Fish House saying - fyi)
     
  9. Keefe
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    Well I will do my very best :D 15151191107311494787630.jpg
    Just took this photo with my orange lens filter
     
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    Oh wow.

    I know this going to sound dumb, but how do you get attached to a coral? I know it's a living thing but it doesn't have eyes or ears and it doesn't wag it's fin at you? I know. Tell me to shut up.
     
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    Nah, Its less attached and more like the feeling of creating a living art piece that you arrange and maintain and everyday it becomes just that much more beautiful.
     
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    And Freckles Screenshot_20180104-184750.png
     
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    Freckles is looking good.
     

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