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All that work was worth it to save the little guy!

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This lemon peel that I collected around two years back has always been a little pushy, but wouldn’t harm a fly, it has no interest in corals at all, so over all, its been a good reef pet.

That made me work quite hard to make sure it survived this massive damage that the poor little beggar has been through.

This is a pic of it at its worst bleeding profusely, its now doing great in its own tub with a chelmon it likes to make believe its in charge of,lol, it cant even swim properly, but hey, it has forged its place in my hobby.

I don't usually get attached to any reef life these days, but this little toughie is a little different.

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It never ends, now I have to look after this till I can pass it on!

A stinking crab had it at a low tide walk today where I was looking for food for my blue ring; I got it away from it before it could do any serious damage, I treated its cut now I have another mouth to feed.

Once it drops and starts feeding properly I can give it away, that is three patients in that tub now.

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No I am not interested in it, I will give to one of the guys once it starts pigging out on some crabs I have ready for it.

The blue ring won't be happy, they were all for it,lol.

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That’s what they look like after a couple of weeks.

http://gerberstropicalfish.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/dylansharkcloseup_f2d4.jpg

That’s it when you get filets off them, flake!

http://animal-world.com/encyclo/marine/sharks_rays/images/catshrk.jpg

The oyster lease guys always liked it way back when we collected them from their leases, they eat oysters as well.

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