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Old 04-28-2004, 12:45 AM   #1
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Sting Ray Question

Hello all, I was wondering if anyone knew of a place to look online for purchasing freshwater stingrays? I'm not sure I want to get one just yet, but I'd like to look into the possibilities. I've done the google thing, and didn't find much of anything. Thanks!
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Aquabid usually has a few. What size tank were you looking into getting, and what species?
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Tank size would grow with the Ray, initially, a 75 with almost an entirely open sand bed. As I work with a friend to create custom fish tanks, size restrictions are not an issue. We currently have a 550 gallon tank with a walk through arch in storeage . Species wise, I don't know. My friend has a generic "teacup" he's willing to give me, but I'm still looking and researching. Not ready just yet.

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www.aquabid.com often has stingrays for sale in their "All others" section under Freshwater.
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That aquabid looks like a cool site...never heard of them before....thanks madasafish
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Definitely, thanks for the link. No one knows any more?
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