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Old 02-12-2004, 03:39 PM   #11
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just got back from vacation and while i was there went to tampas aquarium they had a few sea dragons !! i sat and watched them eating live mysis for an hour or so !! funny they slowly swim up to them and then lightning fast its gone amazing wish they could be bought !!

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Old 02-12-2004, 04:44 PM   #12
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Last time i was at the long beach aquarium and was watching their leafy sea dragon tank, an anouncer person came up to my girlfriend and me and started telling us all about them. We were astonished when he told us that they were the only successful dragons to actually spawn in captivity. at that time they didnt know if the eggs would hatch or the fry would survive, but that they were getting closer to breeding them. it will be a joyous day when they are able to breed in captivity and we can see them in bigger populations.

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