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If you want to frag your own corals, follow Josh’s example– SAFETY FIRST when working with Palytoxin. Apart from the small risks, fragging your own corals is fairly simple and fun!

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COMMENTS

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    Katherine Quiroz 10 months ago

    Love the goggles and gloves lol!

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    JW Aquarium's 10 months ago

    Awesome video ???? I'm getting close to 600 subscribers ☺

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    RCMrtnz 10 months ago

    Very interesting Josh!

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    Manuel T 10 months ago

    Why you don’t cover your mouth? If you get some in your mouth while you re talking? That is not the some if you get it in your eyes or cut? Al so I read the is airborne too correct?

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      Josh lain 10 months ago

      Manuel T. It's called voice over ????

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      Thomas B 10 months ago

      Airborne cases involved the person(s) affected scrubbing the polyps off of rocks while running under hot, steaming water.

      It is possible to get squirted while cutting, but far more unlikely to cause issue if you spit it out. Absorption through the eyes or lungs is much, much faster and far more likely to cause serious issues.

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      Josh L 10 months ago

      My mouth was closed during fragging. I voiced over for the video. Getting palytoxin in a cut, eyes, or mouth is not good at all and every safety precaution should be taken into consideration and seriously. There have been many instances where a hobbyist would boil live rock. This is a big NONO. This can also occur when using a band saw to frag. Proceed with caution

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      Manuel T 10 months ago

      Josh L thanks for your and Thomas answers the more information the better! for all the new salt aquarist including me! Next anemone and how to handle and care

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      Josh L 10 months ago

      Anemone care… sounds like a great video :p

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    pipboy 4000 10 months ago

    reminds me of Majora's Mask

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    mitian 10 months ago

    Nice Video thanks!

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    ErnieDoesThings 10 months ago

    I tried this and I died

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    ALAPINO 10 months ago

    Palytoxin? Is that what my ex is going by these days?

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    Alan Falkoff 10 months ago

    You need a much finer tweezers/forceps. Try to get splinter forceps.

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    Vinicius 10 months ago

    Excelent video! As someone who has never done this it was a great example of how to frag.

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    Garry Mcgrath 4 months ago

    There crap grow like weeds ,toxic neurotoxin very dangerous , it not over kill it's under kill. I would recommend no one keeps the in there aquarium and shops don't sell them. If your fraging like that you have palytoxin on your scalpel slip and cut your selve good chance you won't make it to the hospital !!!

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      Stephen Dobs 3 months ago

      Garry Mcgrath some grow very slowly apart from the cheap ones. I’ve fragged with no protection on (not recommended whatsoever) and been absolutely fine. I personally love zoas as do so many others so why try and put people off?

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    Awesome Crab 2 weeks ago

    This is like some surgery buissness up in here