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Old 11/15/2017, 03:25 PM   #251
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need to swap some sharks!

Alpro--I manage a small public aquarium, have a 5,000 gal shark tank with following:
2 Black tip sharks, about 3 ft long
1 grey smoothhound
1 bamboo shark
4 horn sharks

All animals are very healthy, but frankly, getting too large for the tank! I'd love to swap one or more for other compatible sharks either younger or just smaller so that all have plenty of space. Tank length is 20' x 4' deep x 6' front to back.
We are located in NE Ohio, but shipping these guys could be problematic for us, since we don't have necessary containers, etc. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks...Barry

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Current Tank Info: mngr of 3 tanks, 8,000 gals total
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Old 01/19/2018, 12:39 AM   #252
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I catch leopard sharks in all sizes ALL the time always wanted to set up a tank for them hahah

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Old 03/07/2018, 03:51 PM   #253
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great info tahnks for posting this

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Old 03/12/2018, 01:16 PM   #254
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At 5,000 gallons - for that tank, I am assuming that you are also include the filtration system.

Still the Black tip sharks(I am also assuming these are BTRs) will definitely need a much larger tank. Honestly I would go with a pond or tank which is at least 15,000-20,000 gallons for them.

The Grey Smoothound, horns and bamboo would likely be fine in the current tank.

Bigger is better, especially when it comes to shark tanks.
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Old 03/18/2020, 03:28 AM   #255
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Australin marbled catsharks can be yours!

2 beautiful Australian marbled catsharks (Atelomycterus Macleayi) for sale in Miami Florida. Pick up only please. Atelomycterus Macleayi is a great shark that grows to maximum 24 inches so perfect for home aquarium of at least 6í. Currently they are approaching 12 inches and Iíve had them since they were originally 7 inches. Very hardy and love to eat silversides. You;lol really enjoy these specimens. 135/ea or 2 for 250. ( one of these days Iíll learn how to post pics on this site)...but they are really nice and very healthy!


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