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Old 06-05-2013, 06:08 AM   #11
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Fun fact... The great white shark is one of the only animals that we cannot seem to keep in tanks etc. they wouldn't even do well long term in the Georgia aquarium. They last a few weeks, but no one has ever been able to keep them long term. They just need soo much space! Only the ocean is big enough! but if I could shrink it down to fit a tank I would as well haha
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Fun fact... The great white shark is one of the only animals that we cannot seem to keep in tanks etc. they wouldn't even do well long term in the Georgia aquarium. They last a few weeks, but no one has ever been able to keep them long term. They just need soo much space! Only the ocean is big enough! but if I could shrink it down to fit a tank I would as well haha
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I think "tanks" is a bad word to use in this context
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Fun fact... The great white shark is one of the only animals that we cannot seem to keep in tanks etc. they wouldn't even do well long term in the Georgia aquarium. They last a few weeks, but no one has ever been able to keep them long term. They just need soo much space! Only the ocean is big enough! but if I could shrink it down to fit a tank I would as well haha
I've been fascinated with them since I was a kid don't know why lol beautiful creatures
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Me. If I could shrink myself and my scuba gear down I would dive in my tanks to clean them. Lol
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I would make sure to only go as small as my largest cichlid lol such would be my electric blue johanni at almost 5"
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Provided it could be shrunk to grow no more than 8 inches- a Dugong!!
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