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Old 10/26/2019, 01:28 PM   #143
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Feeding has nothing to do with it. The problem is flow. Where I had to put the gigantea in the 100 gallon tank the flow was just too much for it. In my experience, giganteas prefer lighter flow for most of the day with only short periods of higher flow. In the wild you find them in the shallow and more protected waters behind the reef, just below the tidal zone.

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