- Jan 3, 2020
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They truly are! I'm a little worried that he might get blown around a bit but he seems to be holding on. I hope he finds a nice comfy spot when it's time for him to rest. Fingers crossed that I don't have too much flow.Wait until they start “surfing” the power head current. It’s hilarious. They’re such bad swimmers but they’re fearless.
Expect all that lolHahaha, I am loving to hear about how 'special' little clowns are. It's hilarious and fascinating to learn about how they will snuggle up with completely random things. I hope he has some amazing adventures(that don't involve him getting wedged in anything or stuck on a powerhead).
You’re doing the lords work..FWIW people should right the wrong, for how obsessed this community is with nitpicking taxonomy, water chemistry etc., but can’t seem to refer to a simple biological process correctly.Over worrying, it's a clown.
Mine seem to think the underside of my frag rack is home. At night they sleep in the top corner near the overflow, straight up and down.
They do weird things.
FYI, cause someone's going to say it.....
Clowns don't host things, the things they stay on are the hosts(IE, "my clowns are hosting my anemone", no your anemone is the host).
I agree! I appreciate being corrected, especially being so new to this. It's important for me to learn the right way to identify things so it's really helpful and very much appreciated. <3You’re doing the lords work..FWIW people should right the wrong, for how obsessed this community is with nitpicking taxonomy, water chemistry etc., but can’t seem to refer to a simple biological process correctly.