We had a freakishly hot day (for where I live) on Tuesday. I came home to a house like a sauna and my tank at 35C (95F) :-[. I immediately did a water change with colder water, which got the tank down to 29C (85F), and put fans on the tank to get the tank back to normal. I lost a few SPS, but most corals are alive but just sulking (no PE, but subtle responses to light cycle). I have been doing 30% water changes every day, and running extra carbon as I know the softies might be releasing harmful chemicals. So, my question: I have noticed the open brain (Trachyphyllia?) has started dying back a bit in the days since the heat shock. It still has full colour, but no inflation. the flesh has started melting away on the left side, revealing the skeleton below. Do you think there's any chance of recovery for the coral? Or is 95F just too hot to recover from? I will take a picture once the lights come on.