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Old 10-29-2011, 01:50 AM   #1
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Chain Catshark

Hi, have anyone heard of a chain catshark, and know anywhere I can get one?
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Try Google for your answer.
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I did, and haven't seen any places that gets them in. Just doing some research before getting my next shark.
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If you actually looked them up you wouldn't ask if any place gets them in.
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I think the reason you are having so many problems finding them is they are hard to capture. That being said the 3 I seen on google history in the last 3 years for sale have been $500-$1000 each.
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Yes, I seen a site that is asking $499 for pups. I'm having a custom tank built measuring 73x36x36. I read that chain sharks reach a max size about 13 inches so I'm thinking they would be a good size for that tank.
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You tank may not be quite deep enough at 36".
"The shark occupies depths of 58 to 359 meters "
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I'm going by the measurements what shop that is building it, said what would be a good size for a couple sharks.
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