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Old 03-10-2014, 12:17 AM   #1
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Sick fish yellow tang

Idk if fish can have a pal look to them but my tang is starting loose it yellow and is hiding a lot plz help
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Evidently you just got this fish? They do that anyway. Mine is over ten yrs old and still hides. One thing about yellow tangs is that they are herbivores. Make sure you feed plenty of dried seaweed.
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I do but he turning white in the face and loosing that bright yellow look is that ok
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Might be the start of HLLE? plenty of vitamin C found in dried seaweed.
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Not trying be rude but what that
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Ok what do I need too do and can it screw my other fish up
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