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Old 06-17-2011, 07:40 PM   #1
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Just as a matter of intrest in the tank in the dentist it has
1 yellow tang
nemo
big stripy fish
royal gamma
puffer
starfish
and this werid blue fish, do these all get on and what sized tank would I be looking at?
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IMO a 125G for the tang.

If you are trying to recreate the aquarium from Finding Nemo, it won't work
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Old 06-24-2011, 12:23 AM   #5
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Just as a matter of intrest in the tank in the dentist it has
1 yellow tang
nemo
big stripy fish
royal gamma
puffer
starfish
and this werid blue fish, do these all get on and what sized tank would I be looking at?
That big stripy fish your thinking of is a Moorish idol and is hands down the hardest fish to keep alive ever known to man and puffers eat starfish and any fish that will fit in it's mouth and also they bit you the royal is nice good fish to start with I have one very cool I also recommend a book or 2 to help you get started I have 1000s of $s in gear,fish,and coral and I do not know it all weekly i get my books out to make sure I'm doing it right hope I have helped a little
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It doesn't work. I'm no expert but I've asked about a Nemo tank to expert and it could never happen in real life, too many problems.
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