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Old 11-27-2011, 09:50 AM   #11
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IMO you could get both they should be fine together I've seen it done many of times. But ya technically your fish are not reef safe. Really I'd just watch the bird wrasse. and the grouper will eat what he can but you know that. Great collection though!

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Its so weird. The bird and trigger are actually pretty peaceful. The grouper doesnt pick on fish that he cant fit in his mouth. Thats why hes mean to the bird wrasse because hes sooooooo thin.

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