Re:Hi and feeding station

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caropr
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Thank you for the wonderful advice!!!

Feeding is a breeze by now. They come running and eat with the biggest confidence. I love that little clack they do when they grab the mysis. Sounds like build in castanets. 🙂

The lightly tapping on the tank also works perfect. They notice that and let go of whatever they are clinging to and come to the corner where I feed them.

Well, by now they pretty much hang out with me. 🙂
They are extremely social. Wow.

I’ve been using a glove to leave one hand in the water sometimes while feeding them and and after a day or two of close inspection, effectively the female already curls around my finger. The male, I’m sure will follow in no time; he is already swimming close by while inspecting.

All your advice works. It’s absolutely amazing.

I do have a bit dumb question though. The feeding tube; you remove it from the tank after feeding them? It’s not a fixture to the aquarium?

As I had mentioned. The feeding station is more of a precaution in case I have to go on a trip and need to leave them in care of someone else.

:))) …………. caropr


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