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Will a snowflake eel eat my clownfish?

Asked: isaiah falting, Last Updated:

Make no doubt, no matter how small your snowflake is now he WILL eat your fish in the future, probably in 6 months or less. It doesn't matter how much you feed it, even fish too big to eat will get attached. Also any snails or crabs will be quick appetizers.

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