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we need to do something!!! I personaly think we should try to tank breed more fish if we want to enjoy our hobby any longer kind of like what wrighty is doing with cuttles. we should do that with brarius and other octopus. SAVE THE REEF!!!!
OH BOY, HAVE YOU GOT IT RIGHT ON THE MONEY! A sexually mature and active tang can produce billions of eggs, so they all are EXTREMELY tiny. The only thing a hatchling tang has to distinguish itself as a tang is it's "scalpel", and even that is so small as to be almost nonissue. Hatchling tangs are so tiny that they can be mistaken for silt.