showing off my sun coral

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showing off my sun coral

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I finally figured out how to work my camera and wanted to show off my photography and my beautiful sun coral. Enjoy! :D
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ohhh very pretty! Are they difficult to keep?
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They are amazing. From what I've read though they require spot feeding daily.
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The cool thing about them is they are non-photosynthetic, so they are a bright addition to a dark spot in the aquarium.
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They are not hard too hard to keep, just like most everything else, as long as you keep your water parameters where they should be it will do fine. Like PP said they are non-photosynthetic so they require no light. They get all of their nutrients from spot feedings, so you have to do it often. I feed mine around 3 or 4 times a week, and it seems to be growing and splitting heads pretty quickly
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:drool:
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