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I just wanted to add that as your trigger gets bigger it will more than likely try to eat your damsels or any other small fish.
I just noticed, none of us has warned you yet that your trigger is going to outgrow that 55 gallon tank. It's probably a good idea for you to start planning a larger tank, cuz once these guys start growing, it goes fast, and they get really big. A safe tank size for 1 trigger is 125 gallons.
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