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Old 07-07-2015, 01:41 AM   #1
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The Emperor snapper has gotten very large within one year wondering how much bigger he's going to get because I'm going to have to bring him to an aquarium store that I go to if he gets much bigger soon I knew they get big when I purchased him but I did not think it was going to be so quick

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How big is your tank? are these all the fish inside the tank?

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There's only 4

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Emperor Snapper


Scientific Name Lutjanus sebae
Reef Compatible No
Care Level Expert-only
Disposition Peaceful
Min. Tank Size 150 gallons
Mature Size 45 inches
Diet Carnivore
Range Indo-Pacific
Size Class 15

45 inch is almost 4 ft

I don't agree with tank size

maybe that tank size X 4 if not bigger
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Well I know a good pet store that could take him so I'm going to have to bring him to there and get some things more the tank is 72 inches long

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that clown gets just shy of 2 ft
I would think about him too unless he is to be a lone fish
if you subtract 24 from 72 that leaves 4 ft for the trigger
to swim thats a tight fit

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Blog thinking about upgrading my tank by next year should a hundred 80 gallons be sufficient

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I think a trigger can be comfortable in that I believe the foot print is a little bigger in a 180
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Well it's going to be an expensive upgrade so I'm going to have to start saving now lol

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