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Old 08-03-2003, 07:45 PM   #1
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Stingray and Shark??

Does any one know any informtation on a Banded Shark and/or a California Stingray. I've been looking for info. but apparently not in the right places.

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Both require extremly large tanks with extra ordinary surface area. Both are surface level swimmers that need as long and as wide a surface as possible. Both get large (for aquarium inhabtants). Stingrays need a sandy substrate to bury themselves in.

I stronly avocate not keeping these two species.

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Old 12-30-2004, 11:37 PM   #3
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Sorry i missed this discussion for i wasn't here, but the ray you selected not grows as large and the shark will in time enough get a chunk out of it. And with that, the California Stingray prefers cooler water temperatures. As well, you will need a large tank just for the shark alone once grown to an adult.
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