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cwhip
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PostSubject: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 6:02 am

this is a great program. I watched this one last night they don't finnish the program on the clip but it was a nasty 4 foot worm that was causing the corals to disappear.
that's why its a good idea to remove anything over an inch long.
http://natgeotv.com/uk/wild-x-files/videos/reef-thief
here's the story and a picture of this massive worm.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1165930/Barry-giant-sea-worm-discovered-aquarium-staff-mysterious-attacks-coral-reef.html

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wildbeanerz
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 11:43 am

ewww, EWwww, EWWWWW!!!
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Holey Rock of Texas
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 12:46 pm

if this is for real that is crazy!!!!

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cwhip
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 12:53 pm

its for real! it makes my widdle worms look well... widdle:)

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40 gallon anemone/softy tank 20 gallon sump/fuge.
Red sea max 250 Seahorse tank.
Silence is Golden but Duct tape is Silver.....
Having a saltwater tank without coral is like the Hells angels riding Mopeds*************************************
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Ryan H
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 1:03 pm

Vile.
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Holey Rock of Texas
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 1:06 pm

how do they not notice a 4ft worm in a tank when they take it apart tho?

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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 1:20 pm

Holey Rock of Texas wrote:
how do they not notice a 4ft worm in a tank when they take it apart tho?
well for one they are night feeders and two these worms are amazing contortionists
they literally can be as skinny as can be then get really plumped up on the show they showed them baiting a 6 inch piece of pvc tube with ends capped and just small pea sized
holes cut down the length of the pvc they had bait on small hooks inside the tube the worm
contorted his way in and ate the bait hooks and all at that point they had no idea what they were trying to catch. they had no choice but to pull the tank apart when they got to the last large rock out after pulling the tank apart the guy lifted the big rock and this worm came spilling out of the rock and it just kept coming. Ive pulled out little 4 inch worms from my tanks and believe me these guys can shape shift when they are after food. or hiding.
they can also sting the cra@p out of you. also these worms come in tiny living in the rock but then they get big.

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40 gallon anemone/softy tank 20 gallon sump/fuge.
Red sea max 250 Seahorse tank.
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Having a saltwater tank without coral is like the Hells angels riding Mopeds*************************************
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 2:14 pm

I hope I dont find one of these when I upgrade to a bigger tank. I dont think I can afford to feed this pet.
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jake
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 3:23 pm

That aint poop !I saw a vid of one in fl that was 30-40ft.It looked so freaky-it like pulsates to move.even grosser than a 20lb sand flea! crazy
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 3:30 pm

you should tell that to National Geographic, this is the biggest that ever grew in captivity. NatGeo "wild case files" 196631

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180 gallon mixed reef SPS dominant 75 gallon sump/fuge.
40 gallon anemone/softy tank 20 gallon sump/fuge.
Red sea max 250 Seahorse tank.
Silence is Golden but Duct tape is Silver.....
Having a saltwater tank without coral is like the Hells angels riding Mopeds*************************************
"The road to success is always under construction."
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CajunGator
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime3/30/2011, 4:02 pm

is this Ripleys believe it or NOT???

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juice28
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PostSubject: Re: NatGeo "wild case files"   NatGeo "wild case files" Icon_minitime4/8/2011, 2:36 pm

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WTF IS THAT.....
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