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Old 08-13-2011, 11:21 PM   #1
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75 gallon tang

Hi everyone I was wondering if there are any species of tang you would recommend for a 75 gallon tank. Thanks!!!
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Old 08-14-2011, 06:05 AM   #2
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Tomini Tang I just added one to my 75,look on liveaquaria.com there's a couple you could get.
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A kole tang and bristletooth are also other options. Check out Aquarium Fish: Tropical Freshwater Fish and Saltwater Fish for Home Aquariums for the tangs
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Ok and I really am looking for a fish I can keep in there for life, because there may only be a possibility of upgrading to a 180. I looked at both the Kole and Tomini Tangs but I can't decide, which would you recommend?
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If your getting a bigger tank maybe you could the Tang you want just get one that's smaller
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I have a kole tang and they are awesome.
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Hi Space Lord I may not be getting a bigger tank so I am looking for life long. and slitherbomb, Im leaning towards the tomini tang but the kole tang is beautiful 2!!!
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I loved my Kole tang too when I had it. Very personable fish.
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Ok but is their much difference between the two care wise? because I like the size of the tomini 2
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I like my Tomini seems to be doing well , my lfs had him for a month and half so I adopted him told him every week if he was still there I would buy him ,was nervous about buying my first tang
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