Hi everyone! I'm a first-year teacher who inherited a saltwater aquarium in my classroom. I've loved having it, and the kids are really invested in it, but I was focused only on maintenance so far this year. Now that I'm settling into my job, I've started to put more effort into keeping the aquarium running well. I've noticed that some anemones have been spreading all over my tank. At first, I was happy because maybe it meant my water is good, but after a bit of research, I realized they're pests--glass anemones--and probably the reason the coral in the tank is slowly dying. I looked up some various solutions, and was thinking of trying to get some Nudibranch Burgia to control them. However, I'm living in Asia, and have limited resources (can't speak the local language well enough to explain the problem to the local fish store, and ordering through the school takes weeks). My questions is two-fold. 1. Is it a good idea to eventually get nudibranch burgia to help with my anemone problem? 2. What can I do in the meantime to control them? I really want to save my coral, and I'm afraid I found the problem too late.