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Old 08-18-2003, 12:35 AM   #1
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New guy here

Just found your site here and i think this is a great way to share and also receive info. I'm not as serious as most marine hobbyist but i do have some cool triggers. I use to have a 200g tank with 4 leopard sharks and a spotted blue stingray and a varity of triggers with some very good entry level filters. i've just started with this hobby again so i only have a 50g tank right now, i'm waiting for a house closing and will be saving up for at least a 200 - 300g tank ( i want some sharks again)
excuse me if i don't use all the jargons, like i said, i'm new again.
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Old 08-18-2003, 12:39 AM   #2
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Welcome... Im a newbie as well, I have a 180 gallon FOWLR, I love sharks!!! but Id go at least 300 gallon if you want your sharks to have a long and happy life IMO...
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Welcome, good luck on getting your big tank up when your house closes...
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Why the heck did you have 4 leopards in a 200 gal. You're lucky they lived at all. they grow to be about 6ft apiece. In my opinion, to house them you would need a tank that is tens of thousands of gallons!
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Wow...I agree...that was rude....
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