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Scientist strives to solve fish's mystery

His yellow tang bred in captivity lived for 83 days

By Timothy Hurley

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 06, 2014

~~<p>A research scientist at the Oceanic Institute in Waimanalo has blown away the record for keeping alive captive-bred yellow tang.</p>
<p>But Chad Callan has more work to do before he will be able to get his young fish to mature into the stage of life where they can safely achieve adulthood in captivity.</p>
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A research scientist at the Oceanic Institute in Waimanalo has blown away the record for keeping alive captive-bred yellow tang.

But Chad Callan has more work to do before he will be able to get his young fish to mature into the stage of life where they can safely achieve adulthood in captivity. Login for more...



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