Diamond goby uprooting coral!!!

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Okay, I have had a 35 gallon tank for about six months and I have a firefish 2 true perculas and a diamond goby that I just got about a week ago. The goby has not come out in the light, but at nigt he uproots my bubble coral out of the sand. Do I have to love with this or is there something I can do
 

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Welcome Oceancat! Move the coral out of sand and place on a rock.
 
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Is it possible to do that with every bubble coral cuz at the pet store they had it in the sand
 

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Most often loss of color is a result of stress or poor water conditions, would help if you gave a little more info about your tank.
 

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I have 2 differant gobies in 2 tanks....one is a dragon goby and the other is a sleeper head goby......they BOTH do the same thing....the dragon head I wanted him for this reasone....hes in with my SH, and I wanted him doing this because I was having a terrible time with red-slime algae in there....because of a major tank cleaning (for the 3rd time) and this fish ...thankfully its way under control........now the other guy is a differant story....he hasnt really uprooted anythign but is constantly dropping substrate on ALL of my corals......thankfully most of them have become accostomed to it....bad on me...if I had researched before purchassing him.....I might have swayed away......good luck with yours!!!!!
 
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