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saltwater fish - zebrasoma flavescens - yellow tang - hawaii stocking in 100 gallons tank - blue tang, yellow tang and percula clown!!

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Country: Canada
Description: 2 powerheads, eheim wet/dry filter setup. 2 power glo bulbs, heater, 100 lbs of fiji rock, 2 inches of crushed coral along the bottom of the tank
Advice: make sure you have lots of money! start small and never add too many fish to fast!
Fish Kept: 1 Blue faced angel, 2 percula clowns, 1 maroon clown, 2 blue hippo tangs, 1 yellow tang, 3 black damsels, 2 cleaner shrimp, 1 blenney, 1 purple tipped anemone, 3 turbo snails, 3 pacific snails,and a bunch of hermit crabs!
Corals/Plants: 2 sun polyp
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: in the middle of difficulty lies success
About Yourself: I actually got into the hobby about 8 months ago. a friend was selling a whole setup excluding fish so i decided to give it a go. my son loves looking at the fish so we decieded to read and make our own little fish paradise! now were almost ready to go into a bigger setup!

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