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Old 06-13-2013, 12:46 AM   #21
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One customer actually came in and ordered a bamboo shark
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One customer actually came in and ordered a bamboo shark
What!! Did they order it? What is your lfs?
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I've had my LFS order everything from platys to sharks haha
Fw or SW sharks? What type did you order?
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Fw or SW sharks? What type did you order?
I ordered freshwater sharks which were actually a type of catfish which I ended up returning because they got big haha but the bamboo shark was SW I think and it was beautiful
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I ordered freshwater sharks which were actually a type of catfish which I ended up returning because they got big haha but the bamboo shark was SW I think and it was beautiful
Wow! I love bamboo sharks. I'm pretty sure they are SW. Those are nice specimens! Did you get black tip shark? Or silver tip shark?
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Wow! I love bamboo sharks. I'm pretty sure they are SW. Those are nice specimens! Did you get black tip shark? Or silver tip shark?
I got iridescent sharks and red rose line sharks and I almost bought some hifin Chinese sharks but they needs lots of room more than I could supply haha but the bamboo shark sold quick lol I forgot to ask how much but easily probably a few hundred
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I got iridescent sharks and red rose line sharks and I almost bought some hifin Chinese sharks but they needs lots of room more than I could supply haha but the bamboo shark sold quick lol I forgot to ask how much but easily probably a few hundred
Where is the id shark? They grow really big too. I thought about getting a Chinese banded hi fin shark for my pond but never really got around to buy one. I also thought about sturgeons but shipping was too expensive.
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Where is the id shark? They grow really big too. I thought about getting a Chinese banded hi fin shark for my pond but never really got around to buy one. I also thought about sturgeons but shipping was too expensive.
Yea mine Id sharks got around 4 inches and they can get 14+ inches so I decided to give them back to the LFS but they were great while I had them!
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Yea mine Id sharks got around 4 inches and they can get 14+ inches so I decided to give them back to the LFS but they were great while I had them!
I love id sharks because they are really cool. When they are bigger, they really look like a SW shark. The only thing is you need like at least a 150 gal tank.
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