Open Brain Coral and Candy Cane

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    BigFishy

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    Just checking ... both my open brain coral and candy cane fill out very well when the lights are on, but after the lights are off (4 hours later) both corals look somewhat like a skeleton. Normal?
     
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    Hiker4twenty

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    Yep...perfectly normal.
     
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    dcantucson

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    Normal !!! :)
     
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    d2mini VIP Member

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    shrinkage! :lol:
     
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    Yep, so do mine!
     
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    Yes lights off means bedtime ZZZzZzzZZZzzzZZ
     
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