I picked up 4 small scopas tangs this past weekend from 2 different retail vendors, and of the 4, 3 died within days and only 1 is eating as of now. I'm assuming they all came form the same wholesaler, which got me thinking that they may have been caught using cyanide. Thoughts? They were very thin, and lost so much energy on the trip back home that they were too weak to eat. I was able to feed 1 manually by placing mysis in its mouth with tweezers, which he sucked down for a couple of days, but even he died on day 4. (I tried to be as gentle as I could lifting him out of water) As for why I picked up tangs which were apparently too weak to eat, I've never had problems with treating zebrasomas before, regardless of their condition. They were all hardy eaters. I was surprised that these wouldn't eat and I couldn't figure out why, till I remembered cyanide fishing methods using in Asia.