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Old 06-06-2013, 12:12 AM   #1
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Talking Ray/Shark Keeper Coming to Say Hello!

Hello! I am obviously new to the forums, but I have been in the aquarium hobby for over 4 years. I have a 370 gallon Ray/Shark tank that has a grand total of one Blue Spotted Stingray. I have just recently upgraded, the tank has only been up for a month and a half, but it is cycled, as I used all of my old media from my old setup which was over 2 years old. The ray is doing very well, but he has a small cut on his disc which needs help (please see my thread in the "sick fish" section). I plan on breading the blue spots as the person that I got the tank from actually, successfully kept and bred 2 blue spotted rays for over 6 years. They got to 3 feet long in just a year, mine will not grow that fast as I will not be feeding them as much as he did (he fed them over 5 pounds a week). I hope to learn allot and enjoy the hobby even more.
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