I know lots of people are always saying that you should keep all tangs in no tank under ninety gallons. But even though many people say that it
it's not a matter of disagreement, it's cruel, I do disagree. Personally I keep a tang in my seventy-five gallon, that is now full grown. However, I havn't been keeping the tang long enough for that to be quantifiable. However, I know six seperate people, with six seperate tangs in seventy five gallon tanks, which have all lived (so far) 10-20 years! The seventh recently died... but at twenty two. I don't understand why tangs cannot be succesfully kept in a seventy-five, with supplemental feedings often. Why do people say that you can't keep tangs in less than ninety gallons?