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Old 04-21-2012, 05:20 PM   #41
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Puffer and clown....
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Old 04-21-2012, 05:22 PM   #42
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Angler? What kind?
Ann anglers i know of would fit easily!! Check out the wartskin man
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Ann anglers i know of would fit easily!! Check out the wartskin man
Yeah, but they can eat fish their size....
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Yeah, but they can eat fish their size....
True, the clown woul have to be transfered to the other tank (unless you already have one in it) and the puffer would have to be transfered too. But man, they are worth it!!
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Have 2 o. Clowns, yellow tang, beta, yellow watchman goby, engineer goby, blonde naso, and emp in big tank... No way the other two could go in there.
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Trigger fish or flaming angels
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Triggers too big for a 60g
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O really that sucks um what about a fox face fish Or hippo tangs
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Old 04-21-2012, 08:34 PM   #49
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O really that sucks um what about a fox face fish Or hippo tangs
Most tangs need 125g or more. Some like kole and bristle tooth only need 75g.
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Have 2 o. Clowns, yellow tang, beta, yellow watchman goby, engineer goby, blonde naso, and emp in big tank... No way the other two could go in there.
How big is the other tank? I think the puff could fit.
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