Re: NANFA-- Sea anemones

R. W. Wolff (
Sun, 28 Mar 2004 20:47:31 -0600

> "Its not incumbent on the [animal] to adapt to the conditions provided by
> the
> aquarist. Its the responsibility of the aquarist to accomodate the needs
> the [animal]."

I wanted to comment on this too, but was lazy this weekend. Most fish are
actually pretty easy to spawn. Just follow the above, and they will take
care of the rest. Fish do three things, keep from being eaten, eat, and
spawn. That is their function. The spawn thing is actually the most
important, and all else is an means to that end. To be successful as a
species, one must reproduce.

Ray W.
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