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    Can a Redtail shark eat this?

    Discussion in 'Cold Water, Temperate and N.A. Native Fish' started by nono, Dec 6, 2017.

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      Hi. Can i ask you guys for advice? I want to keep a red fin shark in a 65x40x40 cm tank with a senegal bichir? Can i give the shark hikari carnivore sinking pellet with a frozen shrimp and blood worm sometimes? Does this fish can work out together ? Thanks
       
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      Retail Sharks can become territorial and may even attempt to suck off the slime coat of the Senegal Bichir.
       
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      Ya the ones I have always had became quite aggressive, great fish though.
       
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      Woah. Thanks for you guys warning, though only pleco would suck slime. How about leopard cteno and a big congo tetra? Will they work with bichir?
       

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