Beginner help on Coral not coming out!

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Hi everyone!

Needing a little help with identifying why my coral isn't coming out anymore.
He did for about a week when I first got it, but since then, I barely see it out. I'll put up a picture and hopefully a video.
I Also can't remember  the name of it so that would be great too!

I'm very new to marine tanks, so if appreciate and tips or advice!
If it helps, I have a Aqua One Mini Reef 120,  it currently has some live rock, live sand, a few corals, two clown fish, a fox face, two small sand sifters, a coral beauty a snail and a small fish that eats aptasia (also cant remember  the name lol)
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Reply #1

Green star polyps. Very hardy, fast growing. They can sulk, but should recover if water parameters are in normal ranges. Is it a filefish you have? It's possible that, or the angel may be picking at the coral.
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Reply #2

Green star polyps. Very hardy, fast growing. They can sulk, but should recover if water parameters are in normal ranges. Is it a filefish you have? It's possible that, or the angel may be picking at the coral.
Must have been an off day, as the green star polyp is doing very well today :)

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