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Old 11-20-2011, 07:58 PM   #61
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whats wrong with it?
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Old 11-20-2011, 08:00 PM   #62
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Too many tangs...?
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so i would keep it to 3, i dont think i have too many fish?
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Old 11-20-2011, 08:02 PM   #64
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way too many tangs. And butterfly fish are notoriously hard to keep. I may or may not get one for my 90g.

The rest of the list isn't half bad I must admit. But no way you can get 3 tangs in a 75g. I have 3 in a 6 foot tank and I worry about their full grown size constantly.
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How bout this man imagine what ever your tank is stock to half of what you think is good cause you are trying to wayyy overstock lol sorry
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i would keep it to 3 tangs
any other fish reccomenations?
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You put three tangs in that tank and you don't leave much room for other fish.
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not trying to get in a fight, just an honest question, what is the difference between 1-3 tangs, its not like the body of a tang takes up that much room
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not trying to get in a fight, just an honest question, what is the difference between 1-3 tangs, its not like the body of a tang takes up that much room
The BODY, no. The SWIM ROOM, yes. Sometimes i think you want to kill your fish
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The BODY, no. The SWIM ROOM, yes. Sometimes i think you want to kill your fish
im sorry, i dont want to kill anything, i just dont understand
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