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it happens and it can be scarry, but realize that it put itself in that situation most likely to get away from something that it was afraid of. attempting to dig it out can have pretty bad repercussions. it could dig itself into the substrate more deeply or even attempt to stay under to long.

they can hold their breath for quite awhile. so just leave it alone and let it back itself out. i have an imitator who will on a pretty regular basis, remain inside a brom during mistings that fills over its head. after a few minutes it comes out and all is fine. i know that if i started attempting to "help" it that it could stay underwater and potentially hurt itself trying to avoid the big thing that would be messing with it.

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