Hey Everybody, I wanted to ask you guys your opinion on keeping Tangs together. "The Reef Aquarium" says yes you can keep Zebrasoma Tangs (Yellow, Purple) together if you introduce them at the same time otherwise they will fight. I've also heard that if you're going to keep Zebrasoma's together that you should get at least 3 or more as it will keep them from fighting. True? Different Tang Species (body shapes) are generally ok to keep together? As in it would be all good for me to add a Naso or Sohal. Then I couldn't believe this at all but I was at a LFS and was talking to them about my tank. Told them I have a 6 foot long 135 and they said that I could keep a Tang per foot so up to 6 Tangs. I was like, I think that's too much. Not true right? I ask because I recently added an Atlantic Blue Tang to a tank with an exisitng Yellow Tang. I did some research before and read that it wasn't the ideal way to do it but it could be done. So I caught the Yellow, put him in my sump, aquascaped my tank, introduced the Blue and then reintroduced the Yellow. At first they fought a bit but as of yesterday and today have been swimming together and grazing on algae around my tank together (they're friends! I hope). I think they're good now but I'll be keepin an eye on them. So what's what?