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Pet Fish Care : Pet Shark Care

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hi I’m hunter from the Austin Aquadome
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caring for a pet shark is best left to
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trained and experienced saltwater
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hobbyists sharks are somewhat more
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difficult than most of the tropical
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fishes to keep and thus you should have
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some experience in keeping saltwater
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clownfish damselfish and other larger
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saltwater fish before you try a shark
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almost no Sark’s grow smaller than 3
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years 3 or 4 feet unless you need a very
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large tank at least 180 gallons or more
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the fish will grow quickly and will need
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to be upgraded if the tank is too small
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sharks most times are finicky eaters you
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may have to start them off on live food
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such as feeder shrimps or feeder
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goldfish and then transfer them over to
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a diet of frozen shrimp frozen
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silversides which are a small fish or if
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it’s the shark is big enough you can
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actually use chopped fresh seafood from
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the grocery seafood counter sharks need
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basically the same water parameters as
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most other saltwater fish but they do
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need a very smooth fine sand substrate
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so it’s not to scratch their belly and
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rounded objects and decorations in the
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tank for the same purpose

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