One thing you should know about dojos -- you need to keep a tight lid on your tank, and no holes in it large enough for them to slip through. They are notorious escape artists, and can live outside of water for awhile, so long as they don't dry out. They can store oxygen in their bodies for a short period of time outside of the tank. If you don't have a lid, or if there are any holes large enough, don't be surprised if you one day see one or more of your dojos crawling across your floor or your carpet. If you catch them in time, you could return them to their tank. It's best to ensure they don't get out.
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