Photo #3 - This Is My Fish Tank After The Sharks Hatched

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saltwater fish - chiloscyllium punctatum - cat shark, black banded stocking in 75 gallons tank - two baby sharks together
saltwater fish - chiloscyllium punctatum - cat shark, black banded stocking in 75 gallons tank - the two baby sharks together one on left was born 9/1/07 one on right born 9/2/07
75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - this is my fish tank after the sharks hatched
saltwater fish - chiloscyllium punctatum - cat shark, black banded stocking in 75 gallons tank - baby shark born 9/2/07
saltwater fish - premnas biaculeatus - maroon clownfish stocking in 75 gallons tank - male maroon gold stripe clown
saltwater fish - premnas biaculeatus - maroon clownfish stocking in 75 gallons tank - male maroon gold stripe clown fish(left) female gold stripe(right)
saltwater fish - premnas biaculeatus - yellowstripe maroon clownfish stocking in 75 gallons tank - Female maroon gold stripe clown
saltwater fish - chiloscyllium sp. - shark egg stocking in 75 gallons tank - the baby shark inside of its egg
saltwater fish - chiloscyllium sp. - shark egg stocking in 75 gallons tank - This is another picture of one of the two shark eggs I own.
75 gallons saltwater fish tank (mostly fish, little/no live coral) - This is another picture of my 75 gallon tank.
fish tank picture - This is my 75 gallon saltwater fish tank it has around 200 pounds of live rock and it contains my 2 maroon gold stripe clown fish and my 2 banded bamboo shark eggs.
saltwater fish - premnas biaculeatus - yellowstripe maroon clownfish stocking in 75 gallons tank - This is my male maroon gold stripe a very good fish and loves people as soon as some one comes up to the tank he swims over to the glass as fast as he can as if he wants all the attention.
saltwater fish - chiloscyllium sp. - shark egg stocking in 75 gallons tank - This is my other bamboo shark eggs he is still a little pink thing so he has a way to develop but he is a very lively little thing.
saltwater fish - chiloscyllium sp. - shark egg stocking in 75 gallons tank - This is a picture of one of my bamboo shark eggs this one is pretty much developed it probably has a week or two left before hatching

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: I have a 75 gallon saltwater fish tank with 2 maroon gold stripe clown fish and 2 brown banded bamboo shark eggs which will soon be in there new aquarium( 4ft by 4ft octagon tank).
Advice: start with something simple like damsels easy to take care of for your first fish don't go out and spend loads of money on something cool and expensive because new salt water tanks take time to set up.
Fish Kept: maroon clown fish 5 years, I've had other brown banded sharks but got interested in tangs which for some reason i cant keep alive same with angelfish. only fish i've kept alive for long periods of time were yellow tang which i ended up selling because it was to aggressive towards my other fish i have also had good luck with my clowns and bamboo sharks which I've hatched many and sold due to size.
Corals/Plants: I've kept many anemones for the clowns but they would only last for about 5 months they would do perfectly fine in those months and for no reason die off
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: SHARKS ROCK!!!!
About Yourself: I have always loved fish i grew up with them helping my uncle since i was six but then my uncle thought it was time foe me to get my own tank when i turned 12 so he took me to buy my own tank and I've kept my male and female maroon banded clown fish and always loved sharks my whole life so i finally decided to get my final brown banded bamboo sharks. ilove to build tanks and i just decided to make my 4ft by 4ft octagon for my new sharks.

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