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Old 10-09-2005, 12:09 PM   #11
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Seahorses only is my understanding. They're address is:

Draco Marine Aquaculture
Center of Marine Biotechnology
Pier 5, 701 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD

Pretty easy to find. We parked at the Pier 5 parking garage and the building was beside the garage, and just a hop away from the Baltimore Aquarium. There is no sign outside advertising Draco. You have to go inside the Center of Marine Biotechnology to find them. (Be sure to set up an appt. first so they are expecting you. You have to sign in at the security desk and wait til they come get you to get inside.) If you've ever been to Baltimore or the Aquarium, you've seen the building and just didn't know what it was. It's the building with the white canvas roof.
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Yep, I know where that is, I've been downtown many times. Was just at the Aquarium a month ago. Thanks.
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Wow, Fluff! Beautiful horses!
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Those are some great looking horses! Nice acquistions.
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Thats all I was after! What do you think is the minimum tank size for 2 horses? I'd love to grab some and have a small 25gal sitting around.. hmm..
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A 25g would be fine for a pair of horses, maybe two. They get 12" long so height has to be a factor when your choosing a tank IMO. When I talked to him I told him I had a 30g and he suggested two pairs.

On a side note, I think my male Reidi is pregnant. 8O
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On a side note, I think my male Reidi is pregnant. 8O
WOOOT!!!!!!
:P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P :P

You'll have to keep us posted!
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Old 10-13-2005, 08:19 PM   #18
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I got baby seahorses. Doubtful they will survive the 48hrs I will need to get food for them though. I'll be posting pics in a few.

Ok, here are some pics. They are so small, it's really hard to photograph them.
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thats awsome.
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That is nice. Wife and I have been debating a seahorse pipefish tank in the future.
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