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Old 01-31-2007, 03:45 PM   #11
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was trying to stay away from the yellow tang as almost everyone has a yellow tang.
That is because they are less demanding than all the others. They are least likely develope disease due to cramped conditions, water quality issues, and/or a less than ideal diet. Beautiful fish none the less IMO.
I'd have to say that's by far the most dissapointing thing about this hobby, seeing all the beautiful fish, ...Just to find out that 80% of these fish have some special requirements,.
While that is true in some cases, there are still many options available these days. Look around online, that may provide more choices.
Then you really get *beep* off when....you see all the awesome fish you liked in the LFS that can't be in the same tank, or arn't suppose to be with corals, etc All living happy together in the ocean.
You'll never recreate the ocean in an aquarium.

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