My 3 in 1 split system

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  1. zaheer1

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    Hi guys, decided to post some pics of my tank also thanks for this awesome site,I have learnt many things from it..keep up the gr8 posts![​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Cornelj1 ''expect the unexpected''

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    Tank is looking great but I do have one question though: How do you manage to keep so many Tangs in such a small space. From what I read they need lots of swimming space
     
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    Does the yellow tang stay in that small chamber? Or can it get around in the tank?
     
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    I hope you don't take offense to the following statement; but that setup is way to small, in terms of open swimming area for your current livestock.
     
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    Really cool setup, what is the idea around the three chambers, can you tell us a bit about your filtration.
     
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    Hi guys no offense taken,the tank is a 1000x700x500! The chambers are 300x700x500.. I have been running for quite a while now and no probs,Infact the tangs are much happier in there chambers then in the main tank! The only reason I sectioned it of was because I had some predators in before,had a lion fish and a clown trigger! Will post pics of the sump later... Also there is 1 tang per chamber,only fish that gets in are the smaller ones but they move to wherever they feel comfortable.
     
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    how big is the openings between the tanks, if the smaller fish can move freely to were they want to go?
     
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    [​IMG] there 7 opening on each side! 40mm each
     
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    Awesome tank, the three sections are cool, but please, those tangs on the left and right need to be in much bigger aquariums. Sell them or take them to a pet shop and get some smaller fish if you can. :)
     
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