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The Naso Tang is a species of Tang found in Tap Tap Fish: Abyssrium. They are the seventeenth species listed on the Saltwater Tank's Normal Fish list, and the seventh Tang.

Appearance[]

The Naso Tang is built much like the other Tangs in Tap Tap Fish: Abyssrium. It is colored various shades of yellow, the lightest of which can be found on its dorsal and pelvic fins. Its dorsal fin is by far the largest of all the Tangs, starting abruptly behind its head and tapering down toward its tail. Its tail has a thin black stripe running vertically on its end, and similar stripes are visible where its fins meet its body. Its face has a splash of blue on it, and its eyes are bordered with a thin, light blue line. Its large lips are colored pink.

Requirements[]

To unlock the Naso Tang, the player must create 50 Tangs. These can include the Blue Tang, Achilles Tang, Clown Tang, Yellow Tang, Powder Blue Tang, and Convict Tang. Fusion Tangs will count, however, they will not increase the player's Tang count, as they consume one fish each time they are created. This challenge should be considered one of the final hurdles for the player to pass through in order to complete the game, as it is extremely difficult to rack up enough Vitality to do this. Players are recommended to complete this challenge right after reaching Z Vitality.

The Naso Tang counts toward the Tang total, helping to unlock Damsels. However, by the time the player manages to obtain this fish, they will probably be well past this point.

2 Naso Tang are required to fuse a Barrier Reef Chromis, along with 40 clams and 25 urchins.

Biology[]

A side view of a Naso Tang, allowing you to see its mask.

The Naso Tang, also known as the Barcheek Unicornfish or the Orange-Spine Uniconfish, is a species of tang from the genus Naso; the species of which are known as unicornfish. This species can be found in coral reefs in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, often in pairs. This species can be easily recognised by its two bright orange forward-hooked spines on the caudal peduncle (the base of its tail), its orange lips and black face mask. The body is brownish-grey with a yellow nape and there is a broad black band on the dorsal fin. It reaches about 45 cm in length.

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Trivia[]

  • The Naso Tang was first released in version 1.1.8.
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