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Leopard Shark enjoys hugs from aquarium cleaner

Discussion in 'Off Gassing' started by Wibble, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. Wibble

    Wibble Fish don't talk
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    Phhh, it's so cute. Frankly speaking, I haven't thought, that somebody will keep a shark at home, but it looks really cool. Does it need some special conditions, like temperature, food, water? I would like to know where from is it? I mean, from which country have you brought it? By the way, have you change the water and the sand, in which it was transported? I ask it, because I have recently read a topic on the internet, when a man has bought a tropical fish and kept it in the aquarium, in which he bought. The result - bobbit worm has eaten it, like the fact, fish cost about $70.
     
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    It's like keeping birds in cages; doesn't seem a nice thing to do.
     

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