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Old 10-16-2006, 02:30 AM   #1
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Reef safe shark?

Is there a suck thing. As in won't eat or pick at coral, and won't eat my fish ect ect.
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Old 10-16-2006, 09:46 AM   #2
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Liveaquaria has these but the minimum is 180 gallons tank. You will notice that they are all for experts only. They are all NOT reef safe and I can promise you that your fish will not be safe either. I know I would not even think about it.
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That'd be soo awesome to be able to do sharks....But I don't have a large enough tank. The biggest I have is a 150 gallon tall...
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Re: Reef safe shark?

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Is there a suck thing. As in won't eat or pick at coral, and won't eat my fish ect ect.
What exactly are you looking for, something like a pleco in FW?

Also, it would be helpful if you updated the "my info" section of your profile with info about your set up to include size, equipment, lighting, stocking, etc.
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That`s not your only problem as stated NOT reef or fish Safe. And all of them state that it will be difficult to keep alive. This is one of those type fish that is best left in the ocean.
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Old 10-16-2006, 02:24 PM   #6
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I was just curious.

I meant is there a SUCH thing. But sometimes I type too fast for my own good lol.

I'd update a lot of things if somebody would show me how. I can't figure out how to update anything, remove picures I've uploaded, upload and avatar....I can't figure out anything on this site.
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On the home page, there is a section under your name on the right that says update my profile. You do everything through there basically. The uploaded pictures can be taken off by clicking on the photo gallery and using the features in there.

And just to echo what the others said, I also think sharks are better left in the ocean.
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Is there something that looks like a shark...thats just stays really small.
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lol, nice. I want to get one of those remote control submarines and run it in my FW 150 and see what my oscars do lol...
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