Ocean Institute’s Captive-Bred Yellow Tangs

by | Oct 25, 2015 | Fish | 0 comments

Congratulations to the team at Ocean Institute for their success with the world’s first captive bred yellow tang; this is truly a remarkable feat!  In their own words:

“They are a little camera shy, but here’s some video of our recently settled Yellow Tang!! If you look closely you’ll see some that are still in the process of turning yellow.

Stay tuned for more information on this incredible achievement! For now, just enjoy the yellow! Thanks to all the crew (Dean Kline, Emma Forbes, Aurora Burgess, Erin Pereira, Randall Scarborough, Renee Tousse & Blake Thompson) for making this a reality!!”

video credit: Blake Thompson

  • xeniaforever

    As senior editor here at reefs, I get to work with scientists from all over the world, and have made some wonderful friends in the industry! I also write for the site, and am the office manager at FRESH New London and the mother of two brilliant, talented young women.


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