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Old 06-01-2014, 11:04 AM   #11
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Hope you've got an extremely large aquarium for those black tips. Like the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
Like 25,000 gallons . The blacktip reef in Baltimore is amazing, and shows this is an animal best left in the wild or to public aquaria.
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Like 25,000 gallons . The blacktip reef in Baltimore is amazing, and shows this is an animal best left in the wild or to public aquaria.

Certainly is a thin of beauty !!! I say leave em in the wild so I can visit them on my next dive. I did play with some Blacktip Sharks ( not the same as BTRS) in the Bahamas. Click image for larger version

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Hmmm. Mine would be either arowana or piranha. Since piranha weren't legal in my home state, but they are here because they wouldn't survive in our waters during a winter, they sell them at my LFS. I drool every time I go.

Of course that would mean getting that 400g plexiglass tank I was offered for $200.00 (yes, still in water-holding shape, hardly any scratches) *looks at the hubby*
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Hope you've got an extremely large aquarium for those black tips. Like the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
I've got big plans. Swimming pool big plans lol
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Lol. Nice !!! 👍👍
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