All of these fish have been in this aquarium for over a year together. Normally a lot of these fish would turn very territorial and aggressive in smaller aquariums, especially the sohal tang, purple tang and powder blue tang. Since this aquarium is large enough, and the reef has enough caves for each fish to call home, they have been getting along very well.
We are feeding them our favorite frozen food mixture of blood worms, spirulina enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp and prawn. They are fed frozen food once a day in addition to vitamin enriched pellets which are released from an automatic feeder. As you can see none of these fish are going hungry anytime soon.
If you are interested in feeding these frozen foods to your fish you can find them here:
We have 20 saltwater fish in a 600 gallon tank. How much food should we give them?
It really depends on the size and type of fish. Butterflies and tangs, for instance, like to eat multiple smaller meals throughout the day so we feed them with an auto feeder in the morning and frozen food in the evening. Most larger saltwater fish can do well on a single meal of quality frozen food daily though. On average, we would feed a fully stocked 600 gallon saltwater tank around 6-9 cubes of frozen food per day.