where the hell did this come from!!!!!

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    islandgrlchef

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    showed up in the tank today, out of no where?!
     

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    islandgrlchef

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    are these eggs of some sort, or an alien that is going to kill everything in my tank?!
     
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    VPOOL13 noob at best

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    i think those are snail eggs
     
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    are they common and safe?
     
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    AdeptMrSniffles I have a Blue Thumb

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    Snail eggs = free fish food
     
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    VPOOL13 noob at best

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    I think they are safe. They will most likely get ate by something.
     
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    never seen this before! THOUGHT FOR A SEC IT WAS ATTACHED TO MY SEA SLUG!
     
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    Those are snail eggs indeed.
     
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    My octopus maybe? Oops, caps loc still on,, sorry!
     
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    you have seen this before?
     
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    sarah?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Yes. They are very common. That squiggly pattern is characteristic of snail eggs. They happen in pretty much every tank that has snails. I assume you do have snails?
     
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    Yes, snail eggs no biggie. They won't hatch either.
     
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    I see this in my tank at lest once amonth so no worrys :D they make great food for your fish and any inverts like crabs and shrimp.
     
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