Scopas tang care (Zebrasoma Scopas)
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55g reef Scopas Tang the copy of the Yellow Tang, Marine fish and reef safe
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Yellow Tang and Scopas Tang
New addition: Scopas Tang!
I added a Scopas Tang to my 180 gallon reef tank today and moved a few corals around as well.
Zebrasoma Scopas tang eating nori
A quick video to show family how much the scopas tang likes his nori.
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