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Old 08-05-2009, 12:42 PM   #11
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but I know from research and experience that they stay under 8 in a home aquarium

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Thank you for telling me things I already read up on
Good luck then. You should know the answer you want to hear.....not the real answer.
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The answer to your question is YES, the reason is what ccC already stated.

I guess ccC just missed using the word YES

'Any advice is helpful' is exactly what you got , and what you asked for
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Ok thank you. I didn't mean to come off offensive if anyone took it that way. Your right I did ask for any advice, I guess i just didn't want to hear it, but I will take it and try to decide what is best for my tank.
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I agree with Larry and captain. It might not be what you want to hear but we are obligated to tell you our true experience and knowledge. Tangs need plenty of swimming room but the smaller tanks dont stunt the growth but they do stunt their health. That is why we care.
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Thank you once again. I never thought my tank was small since I've read that you can keep tangs in a 75 gallon tank. I would love to be able to put my tangs in a large tank but money doesn't grow off trees haha. If I notice any problems with their health, since they seem happy at the moment, I will take action and do whats best for them. Thank you very much for the advice
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