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1/18/04 5:16 PM
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The Pacifist
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How much for a shark (under 12 inches long)?
5/13/05 4:51 AM
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Edited: 13-May-05
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Baby bala shark is 3$ more or less. They grow to 12 inches..
5/17/05 10:51 AM
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What do you feed those little guys? If you had an enemy and killed him, could you chop him up and feed him to the little shark a bit at a time, just like a James Bond villain?
5/18/05 7:50 PM
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freshwater or saltwater.... the costs are drastically different. freshwater shark setup costs approx. 200-300 bucks for a setup that will house the fish for life. saltwater setup will cost you approx. 5-6K to buy a setup that will last the life of the fish. then you have upkeep costs that will cost you approx 500-1000 a month.
5/22/05 2:23 AM
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Post pics of sharks 12 and under (if that's legal here).
5/22/05 5:11 PM
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Underage sharks! BAN HIM!
7/1/05 10:16 PM
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Freshwater sharks are not actually sharks!They are not in the cartiliginious fish family.They are actually in the same family as minnows!There are very few saltwater sharks that make good long time pets.Most outgrow their environment.The most common sold in the pet trade is the Nurse shark which can actually reach lengths of 13ft and average at about 8ft so you will have to find an aquarium to take it.I would say start with smaller saltwater predators until your an advanced aquarium hobbyists!
7/5/05 11:18 PM
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I guess you could always turn your nurse shark into soup when it gets too big for the tank.

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