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Old 10-24-2013, 10:16 PM
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I would put it in a high flow area off the sand and leave it alone. If you think it needs a dip do it. Don't cut the skeleton. Here is the recovery my hammer made. I bought I got it for 5 bucks because of it' condition. I dipped it, blew the dying tenticles off with a baster, put in a high flow are and left it alone.

Here is a video a week after I got it. I don't have a current shot of the hammer but it at least doubled in size in the last 6 months. I wouldn't concider it dead yet.

Do you have a top shot of the coral how it looks now?

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