Tank size for foxface vs. rabbitfish

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    PRC Stop Quoting Me!

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    I would figure that the rabbit fish need more swimming room. They like to swim for distance, the foxface just kinda' meanders about.
     
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    Thanks PRC, that sucks ... that is a cool looking rabbitfish
     
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    IDK,sometimes i think they just make up any ol' tank size..I mean,who has a 70 or a 100.Most tanks are either 75,90,120,125,150, and on up.Plus wouldn't a 100 and a 70 have close to the same footprint?
     
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    The difference is in the fish itself.They are both rabbit fish.But the Blue-Lined is more active.
     
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