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A few updated pics.
I move my Valentini puffer to a secondary tank I’ve had running for a long time. It had taken a liking to my Duncan coral a while back. I had moved the coral to that tank but it didn’t seem to be doing as well as I had hoped. So I swapped them. Coral is already a bit happier and the puffer will get over it once it realizes there are a lot of dwarf cerith snails in that tank to snack on.

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