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Live Sharks

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Cat Shark, Black Banded
(Chiloscyllium punctatum)
Starting at $149.99
…first introduced into the aquarium, small pieces of cleaned squid or live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Then it may be fed shrimp, scallops or pieces of fresh marine fish. Feeding these sharks quality foods such as whole cockle in the shell, fresh shrimp and…
Shark Egg
(Chiloscyllium sp.)
Starting at $44.99
The Shark Egg is hardy. Due to its availability, and combined with the relatively low cost, these Shark eggs are the most common shark kept in an aquarium. As an adult, it requires at least a 360 gallon or larger aquarium. It requires sand as the substrate in the aquarium, as the abdomen is easily…
Marbled Bamboo Cat Shark
(Chiloscyllium plagiosum)
Starting at $69.99
…first introduced into the aquarium, small pieces of cleaned squid or live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Then it may be fed shrimp, scallops or pieces of fresh marine fish. Feeding these sharks quality foods such as whole cockle in the shell, fresh shrimp and…
Denison Barb
(Sahyadria denisonii)
Starting at $13.99
The Denison Barb, also known as the Red Lined Torpedo Barb or the Rose Line Shark, is a longer fish when compared to the other barbs. The coloration of this fish is silver in color with a black line running the length of its body and a red stripe across its eyes. It also has a red edge on its dorsal…
Columbian Shark
(Arius jordani)
Starting at $5.99
…gallons is recommended. As the Columbian Shark grows larger, there is a chance that the shark will eat smaller tank mates. This species prefers some aquarium salt in the water, and may also be acclimated slowly into a saltwater aquarium, as they live in both freshwater and saltwater during different…
Siamese Algae Eater
(Crossocheilus siamensis)
Starting at $4.99
…been documented.An omnivore, the Siamese Algae Eater is not a particularly finicky eater, and is the ideal candidate for eating algae off of live plant leaves. Ideal foods should consist of a high quality flake food, freeze-dried bloodworms or tubifex, and pelleted foods, as well as vegetable-based…
Iodine Concentrate
(4439)
Starting at $6.75
…other soft corals and delicate red and brown seaweeds. 8.4 oz. treats 5,000 gallons. Two Little Fishies Iodine ConcentrateDirections for UseFor living reef aquariums, add one capful per 100 gallons weekly. Partial weekly doses may be added in daily increments instead of one weekly dose. For…
San Francisco Bay Brand Frozen Brine Shrimp Cubes
(3696)
Starting at $4.99
* All the nutrition of live brine shrimp with less mess * Great for freshwater and saltwater fish * Brine Shrimp available in 7 oz cubes San Francisco Bay Brand Frozen Brine Shrimp are a treat for freshwater and saltwater fish alike. Brine Shrimp are collected daily, quickly cleaned in freshwater…
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