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Old 05-09-2014, 11:04 PM   #11
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Plus one of the dragonets and it'd definitely be manageable
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Its just the tangs and cowfish that get so big, but if you are definitely going to upgrade, then see how it plays out. I had a 40 gallon late last summer and someone gave me a purple tang, the size of a half dollar and he was perfectly happy. I only kept him because i knew 100% that I was getting a bigger tank in a few months.
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I gotta keep the cow fish lol my fiancé loves him.. But I can get rid the orange fin, a firefish, and the saddleback.. How does that sound..? Leaving me with 3 big fish.. And the fish I have are no where near their full size.. I love my hippo so might keep him until I get my bigger tank..
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And ill do the scooter Blenny .. I'll put the firefish and Blenny in my 30.. I already have a small watchmen, small maroon clown and a small tobacco basslet in my 30g.. Would that be to much..?
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The small fish I wouldnt even worry about. I would just get rid of two tangs then
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From what I've heard, cowfish are very difficult to keep, and they release toxins.... But I hope it works out for you they are stunning fish. Also, the hippo does grow to over a foot big so, of the tangs, I would keep the yellow and "orange fin" tomini. Kole tangs are nice too! 😀
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