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Photo Caption: Sailfin Tang (Pacific) (FAVORITE) I named him Bumble updating soon
saltwater fish - zebrasoma veliferum - sailfin tang stocking in 29 gallons tank - Sailfin Tang (Pacific) (FAVORITE) I named him Bumble updating soon

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Country: United States
Description: empore 280 bio wheel, perfecto tank (glass), black wood stand, and perfecto hood with light, magnafloat glass scrapper, 100W jager heater, Zoo Meds power head.
Advice: Do alot of reserch before you get a tank, ask store question's about feeding, care, feeding behavior, and other questions you might have and look at the fish carefully and try to see if its not in bad condition or behaving strange
Fish Kept: Fish: 1 Sail fin Tang, Coral Beauty Janitors: 2Hermit crabs,
Corals/Plants: Coral back bone, fake plants , fake corals
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: no offense but my experience with petsmart or petco is they didn't no squat about salt water fish!
About Yourself: I LOVE TANGS, Angels, puffers, and Foxfaces =) IM A TANG LOVER FOR LIFE

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