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I know that algae can grow on snail because i have a huge (golf ball sized) snail in my tank covered with algae. My question is: Could you tie java moss to a snail? Would it have a negative impact on the snail?
 

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Sew a tiny back pack so that he can remove it when he's tired. :hihi: Seriously, though. People superglue cracked shells, I guess you could do this. However, I wonder if it would interefere with breeding?
 

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ROFL!

I love the lego man idea!
 

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I don't know why you would want to attach stuff to a snail, but superglue should be perfectly safe in your tank. It is used all the time by coral keepers, and doctors use it instead of stitches in many cases.
 

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I don't understand why so many people in this forum are so afraid to use super glue in their tanks. Reefers use it on a daily basis for their frags. Google super glue on Reef Central, I bet 1000 posts come up. Really, it's safe, it's not going to harm anything.
 

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I don't understand why so many people in this forum are so afraid to use super glue in their tanks. Reefers use it on a daily basis for their frags. Google super glue on Reef Central, I bet 1000 posts come up. Really, it's safe, it's not going to harm anything.
It could harm the moss...never good being encased in glue.;)
 
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