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Old 10-02-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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Snorkeling with Some BIG tangs

heres a video i made yesterday while snorkeling in hanauma bay. on oahu hawaii

Snorkeling Hanauma Bay - YouTube

the naso tangs here are about 16-18 inches long
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awesome....huge
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Hey! I'm snorkeling hanauma tomorrow!!! Did sharks cove yesterday, got burned to a crisp, had to take today off lol.
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That's very cool. One of the places I've promised myself I'll visit before I die.
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Sweet.. I went there about twelve yrs ago and is still one of the best experiences I've had... wouldn't mind taking another trip out there sometime soon but other then pearl harbor thatd be my first reccomendation if u go to oahu...great vid by the way
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Very cool. Good representation of why a nsao should only be kept in VERY large aquariums.
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Very cool. Good representation of why a nsao should only be kept in VERY large aquariums.
honestly i've wanted one for a long time for my 180 gallon. but after seeing how big they are in the wild, i dont think the should go into anything less than 1000 gallons... maybe bigger

they need a lot of room to swim and turn around
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That is so awesome!
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