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Old 01-10-2013, 12:39 PM   #11
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From what ive read and heard bamboo sharks grow from .5"-1" a month
It will grow about 8 to 12 inches per year. I own several sharks and rays and house the. In a 7x7x3 tank. 1000 gallons. That shark will be able to live in that tank till it is about 20 inches. That will take about a year or so considering you will probably by it at 10 inches long. I have a full grown coral catshark. A 2ft white spotted bamboo and a 2 ft Japanese leopard shark. Stingray and many other items. The footprint is more important than the gallons but the more water the easier to maintain. Sharks are very messy. Feel free to ask any questions u want.
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