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Old 06-24-2014, 11:53 AM   #11
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Now if you were actually trying to help all you have to is "if you getting a big tank make sure it's round for the shark"
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And many people have sharks in Rectangle tank.. 2-3 of them.. And has had then For years..
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Old 06-24-2014, 12:14 PM   #13
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And many people have sharks in Rectangle tank.. 2-3 of them.. And has had then For years..

Just because they have them, doesn't mean that they should.
We have tried to help you in the past, but it seems you don't want to listen. Good luck.
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Now if you were actually trying to help all you have to is "if you getting a big tank make sure it's round for the shark"

I'd have to look back in your other threads but I'm quite sure that's what I pointed out when you first asked.


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And many people have sharks in Rectangle tank.. 2-3 of them.. And has had then For years..

While this is quite true, you're probably referring to people that didn't join a forum 3 months ago and have a very solid knowledge base and background in the hobby.


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Here's the round part I thought I discussed. Am I fully stocked..?


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I might not be very experience in the knowledge of sharks but even when I was over stocked I never had a problem with my fish. I care n do anything necessary to keep my tank up and running at its best.. I don't have fish dying on me on my nitrate doesn't reach anything over 5ppm mostly staying at 0ppm my amm is staying low.. Never had a fish stressed out or ick in my tank.. I've been into saltwater for awhile now bout 3-4 years.. Starting at a 30g .. Yea I do maybe overstock my tank.. Lol it's just soooo much fish I want.. So when I get this tank it's just going to b a species only.. Stingray, sharks. Things like that and ima work on getting all the fish i want between the 125g and 75g that I have.. I have a plan just making a few adjustment along the way
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Ok I see you did.. My home just isn't made for a round tank .. Could I get away with a bow shape tank..? It would be very better for my house format
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If you want to keep sharks read this.
http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/shar...ium-sharks.php

If you can properly set up a home for the animal, why not find something else. There are so many cool sw fish that would work in your tank, so why get hung up on one of the few that can't?


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