I just recently bought a clam that is about 3" and two Atlantic anemones. On the second morning when I looked in my tank the clam was tipped over and I noticed that it had it's foot eaten off. I anemones that I bought also had a large portion eaten out of them. About a week has gone by and it turned out that the peppermint shrimp were eating the anemones alive. They just finished them off last night! I believe that they also eat the foot of the clam. Has this happened to anyone before and will the clam survive and grow back it's foot? I will be eliminating the peppermint shrimp from my tank, the trap was just purchased and will arrive any day now. I hope it works. Any other suggestions on how to remove them would be appreciated.