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Old 03-07-2014, 04:16 PM   #1
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1 spot foxface 35 gallon.

Would it putting a 1 spot foxface in a 35 gallon be cruelty if i buy him really small and intend on keeping it in the tank for 2 years max?
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I wouldn't do it.. i mean its up to you but why not just wait until you get a bigger tank?
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Old 03-07-2014, 06:27 PM   #3
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Because i want a really cool looking fish and i mean if its going to be stressed to death i wont do it but if i know the fish will not outgrow my tank in 1-2 years id love to try it in and if i notice him unhappy, il give it back to my lfs
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it usally takes a couple years to reach full growth.. whats in your tank now?
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Old 03-07-2014, 06:32 PM   #5
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35 gallon 32" long i know its pushy. Ive been told a flam angel could do in there and they are rated 70 gals like 1 spot foxface. I just wonder if i can manage him for 1-2 years max
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I don't think I would even do that.. I have a coral beauty and its always swimming threw rocks and all around tank.. what about a pair of clowns or even an anthais
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I wouldn't. I'd rather try the angel. They get pretty large pretty quickly, and have quite an impact on the bio load. They eat like tangs.
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and if you even go with a dwarf angel it has to be small
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Go for a dwarf angel
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1 spot foxface 35 gallon.

Don't go for a dwarf angel, they are very active fish. Look at the suggestions for less active fish ( doesn't mean they hide, they will perch on your rock work) or get a larger tank that better accommodates your taste in fish

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