ID Shark Housing

BigTrain

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Mar 18, 2014
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The ID sharks and their algae eater tank mate have been relocated for a little over two weeks, now. They seem to be quite relieved to be in a larger space, as they are much more active and even appear to play! I am monitoring their growth rate closely to ensure they will continue to grow into their natural, adult size. However, if my ignorance has warped their skeletal system to the point which they reach a maximum size prematurely, they will be relocated to a 500+ gallon aquarium within two years to live out their life. But, hopefully, they grow out to the point which I have to house them in a multi-thousand-gallon pond!
Thank you all, again, for your help, references, and advice. I know now how to care for these monster pets!


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