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Do you have to feed anemone?

Asked: Glen Gdanski, Last Updated:

Anemones generally do not handle changes in water conditions well, so they need to be added to a very stable tank environment. ... To accelerate the growth of your anemones, feed them once a week or more often. The ideal foods for anemones are protein-rich foods such as scallops, clams, shrimp and mussels.

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