Night Time Acropora

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    We feed our corals at night, usually about 10pm in our greenhouse--hours after sunset. At this time polyps of most corals are fully extended and they are ready for their feeding. We feed a blend of refrigerated fresh foods along with live foods we culture at our facility. 20190509_141206.jpg
     
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    20190509_104640.jpg 20190509_104841~2.jpg Photos/video taken at night with blue LED flashlight and point and shoot waterproof camera.

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