Animal Stories - Marine - Saltwater Fish


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Amir Gray - 2005-09-18
My Naso is a beautiful fish. it has been with another naso for a while. they sometimes fight but usually no fin dammage.

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Amir Gray - 2005-09-18
Hi I am about to get a regal tang. me being 12 I know almost every fishes name and its behavior, I want to thank this web site because I wanted to find out if a regal, red sea sailfin and naso can get along, and they can. thanks to this web site

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Pilar - 2005-09-15


Please leave the Blue spotted sting rays in their NATURAL
habitat. Have compassion and respect for marine life and
don't keep them captive. Thank you. Pilar

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Pat Dean - 2005-09-15
I left this comment under Undulate Trigger also.

Totally disagree with the comment about Triggers being poor swimmers! I have always Known in my experience and education that Triggers are in fact amazing swimmers if not the best of any fish in the sea. They can swim in any direction at any time and are definitely among the quickest around! That is the first time I have ever heard anyone call a Trigger a bad swimmer!

Patrick Dean

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Pat Dean - 2005-09-15
No Offensive but...
I have to say that I Totally disagree with the comments under the Clown Trigger Bio. It says that Triggers in general are bad swimmers! As Marine Biologist, we have always understood and acknowledged the Trigger Fish as one of the best, if not the best Swimmers of all the Fish, Fresh and Saltwater. They can swim in any direction at any moment and are definitely among the quickest around! I wonder who came up with that comment and where they got their info!

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Anonymous - 2005-09-15
Ihave a 3" Clown Trigger a 2" Picaso and a 1 1/2" Undulated Trigger all in the same tank with a Puffer and two damsels. The Undulated though the smallest is the Alpha, then the Clown Trigger. They seem to be ok together for the most part. When I feed them it can get pretty violent. They both pick on the Picasso a lot but he really does not seem to care too much and just goes about his ways!

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Jack - 2005-08-26
great fish

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Tracy Cassell - 2005-08-21
The Volitan Lionfish is the BEST fish i have ever bought and im a chick!

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Angie - 2005-08-15
Bamboo sharks should be kept at a salinity level of 1.024-1.025 ideally. They should be fed to saturation 3-4 times per week to reduce loss of other fish and to knock down on the overfeeding problem that will eventually get you into trouble with a large specimen! They do very well in an undecorated tank and will feed better at night. Juveniles can go up to 2 weeks without feeding when 1st introduced into a system, feed live foods if it lasts longer than that. Temperature should be kept at 76-78 degrees as an average. Make sure you have no "metallics" in your tank as these things have been proven to actually drive the shark crazy. They are very intelligent and a wonderful pet if cared for correctly.

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ben - 2005-08-11
I'v got my blue dot stingray in a 125gal. With the rocks on both sides of the tank. I think a 125gal would be able to house them for life. They dont get over 15in wide. The blue spot stingray is hard to care for but if its eating so far so good...

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