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Old 06-05-2005, 10:35 PM   #1
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having so much fun

i had wanted to set up a tank for years and finally started my first sw in april. two weeks ago i got my first fish - a clown (girlfriend's choice) and this weekend i added a yellow tang. they are so awesome to watch. they follow each other around all the time. it reminds me of a big brother/little brother! just wanted to share!
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Just watch out for the yellow tang they are said to be able to keep in 50gal. aquariums but they get very large "dinner plate" size.
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It's so funny you mention the buddy-like nature of your tang and clown. We have a Scopas Tang (similar shape to your yellow) who is total buddies with two paired clowns. They are seldom seem apart - where one goes, the others go.

Unfortunately, they are split up now in QT.

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To think, this is just the begining. Enjoy your new tank!
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