Originally Posted by bird33
Blennys are very sensitive to changes in the water. So as I've read and was told if it was the water he would have died. I've taken from what I've read on here and been told from others and from what I've read is fact... Everyone has there own opinions. Are you shouldn't add a tang into a yr into the hobby??
I'm not sure who you were talking too that said Blennies were very sense tube fish, because they aren't. Pretty average beginner fish. Tangs are definitely much more finicky. Any fish is sensitive to changes in the water. Just like humans react when there is something weird in the air. I wouldn't take advice from people who are telling you that Blennies are hard to keep or very sensitive. They aren't as hardy as clowns or damsels, but clowns and damsels are basically the hardiest of the hardiest.
No, I'm not saying you shouldn't own a tang until you are a year into the hobby. I'm saying that you can't say you raised a fish successfully and healthily until you've had the fish for about a year.