Check out my new fish! Anyone get a fish today?

Discussion in 'Fish and Invertebrates' started by kvosstra, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    [img width=500 height=375]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v251/joserouse/Animals/Fish/GreatWhiteShark500.jpg[/img]
    I hope he's reef safe!
     
  2. scuba71

    scuba71 Supporting Member

    How are you going to be able to move that to Philly Kyle? ;)
     
  3. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    That is the exact picture used to make the fish/shark morph many use as an avatar on the forums :) (well if it's not, it looks like it to the "t")
     
  4. tuberider

    tuberider Guest


    You see tons of those in Camden, I used to throw 'em back unless they were over 15 ft. :D
     
  5. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    Awesome! Ill try to get a school of them when I set up my 40g again. Anyone see any problem with 30ft of fish in a 40g tank heavily stocked with SPS and rock - no swimming room at all?

    Monzer - I'm gonna move him like any other fish - sprinkle some magic fairy dust on him and give him wings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    [img width=450 height=360]http://www.robertcasumbal.com/blog/images/112406_invention_flying_fish_450px.jpg[/img]
     
  6. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Given the largest great white ever seen was no where near 30'...
     
  7. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    Yep - that's why I was going to get a school of them!
     
  8. sfboarders

    sfboarders Guest

    Great whites are nice but I think tigers are prettier. :D

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  9. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Meh that's just "paint"... nothing beats the lines (body shape) of a great white.

    if going on paint alone I really like out local leopard
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  10. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    Plus, the lepoards are easy to catch! We used to catch them in Malibu as well...lots of fun!
     
  11. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Too easy IMO and too many females slaughtered and stripped of their babies. Should be banned IMO.
     
  12. sfboarders

    sfboarders Guest

    Leopards are nice but can they eat turtles, license plates or tires? 8)
     
  13. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Nope which is a bonus for them as license plates and tires have no nutritional value :)

    GW's can and do though... I also believe GW's have a much more broad distribution but are fewer in numbers.
     
  14. tuberider

    tuberider Guest


    Fixed!
     
  15. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    well, if tigers are friendly, maybe I can put even more fish in my tank, so long as I have a tiger in there! He'll make sure everyone is friends!
    I also thought GW's were friendly...see below

    e.g. - http://www.entertonement.com/clips/sslyhlbpfw--sharks-pledge-Bruce-Spence-Eric-Bana-Finding-Nemo-Barry-Humphries-Bruce-Anchor-Chum
     
  16. sfboarders

    sfboarders Guest

    Oh yea and surfboards too!

    Speaking of food what are you going to feed him Kyle? Are you going to have some sea lion's shipped to Philly? :D
     
  17. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Now I think Sea Lions & Seals should have an open season.... I think Jeremy is with me on this one... and the army of Salmon fisherman.
     
  18. kvosstra

    kvosstra Guest

    Naw - flake food only. Plus, that will give the added benefit of raising the phosphates in the tank too!
     
  19. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    Why not a little ecosytem? Get some baby seals and a smaller shark. You could raise the seals in the fuge and feed as needed?
     
  20. GreshamH

    GreshamH Guest

    BTW this is what I was talking about earlier...

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