Bleached Anemone - Now healthy

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    Jason04r

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    Hi all,

    This how my bleached anemone looks now. Couldn't be more happier now after 4 months plus two very loving clown fish :)

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    My previous clownish are now in a friends tank , they didn't change colour ;)
     
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    It looks good...good job nursing it back.
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    That's awesome!!! Congrats!
     
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    Amazing job!!!
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Big improvement! Excellent job.
     
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    Jason04r

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    Does anyone have a ID on my anemone? Will it stay the same brown color?
     
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    beeguiles they call me fish geek ;p

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    Looks great! Good job!
     
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    little_fish Moderator

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    You could be right, either way, good job with getting it healthy!
     
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    I'm going to agree with you based on its placement. It's a very nice one, just be aware it's gonna get huge!
     
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    Great job!

    What did you do to nurse it back to health?
     
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    Bigger the better ;) I've noticed a massive increase of size in a little of 4-5 months.
     
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    Nice! I had to do the same with my bleached anemone, but he list about 1/2 of his size but has regained all of his color. Now it's time to grow him back up!
     
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    Let it find the place it liked , fed it once a week and didn't disturb it . Clownfish have defently helped I would say.
     
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