hole in lta foot

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    Greenman

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    So I watched my foxface bite a hole in my LTAs foot. I've got it covered in sand and his foot is hidden again. The mouth on the LTA is still tightly closed and he's still fully open. What is the chance of him bouncing back and healing?
     
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    I would continue to monitor. They have the ability to heal themselves as long as they are not continually stressed or develop an infection.
     
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    sounds good, dunno what got into my fox face, he doesnt touch the corals but he sure nabbed that anemone.
     
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