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    Posted: April 11 2012 at 7:23pm
Wondering if anybody knows what the brown ribbony stuff coming from my hammers mouth is?  Polyp extension is great and the coral looks super happy. Started yesterday.  Comes out of the mouth then it just gets released and goes away.  Any ideas?
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LOL!  really?  I thought of that but figured I was bein stupid.....
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Our Elegance does the same thing and is always happier when its done. 
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Yeah , kinda gross that their mouth and their butt are the same opening Dead
 
 
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actually its a coral for lack of a better term ... "FART"  bet your fish avoid it too ?Oh and the slime means its a wet 1 LMAO
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I wondered about that too, until last time I saw that and the coral was reading my newspaper.
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i finally installed a few acro's as handles like in a handicapp restroom for the really hard releases !!
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