Baby Feather Duster Relocation

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I have a baby feather duster currently attached to a coral frag's base. Every part of its 1" tube is attached to the rock. It has been growing and is getting to close to my coral. I want to move it so I'm guessing I have to chip that part of the rock off instead of trying to peel the feather duster off of the rock. I do not want to damage my feather duster. Anyone have any experience in this?
 
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I have a baby feather duster currently attached to a coral frag's base. Every part of its 1" tube is attached to the rock. It has been growing and is getting to close to my coral. I want to move it so I'm guessing I have to chip that part of the rock off instead of trying to peel the feather duster off of the rock. I do not want to damage my feather duster. Anyone have any experience in this?
Chip very carefully.
 
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