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Last week, I got a new plant. I ran it under the tap for a few seconds. Like a quick rinse if anything. Today, I scooped some water out so I could isolate a snail I had, and I was checking it out with a flashlight and saw something moving in the water. Imagine a baby snail. Imagine the size of the feelers. Now imagine the size of the end of if. The very tip. That's how big it was. It was swimming sporaddically. Should I be concerned? What could it be?
 
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I only have 2 males divided. Could a baby shrimp have hitched it in when the snail did a week or two ago??
 

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Perhaps there were some eggs laid on the plant at the fish store?
 
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Well, wouldn't mind that! They keep tetras in that tank, could that be it??
 
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So, possible types it could be is tetra or angel or discus. Those are all that's kept in those tanks. Water flows from discus to angela to tetras
 

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