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View Poll Results: Which shark would you choose?

Voters
17. You may not vote on this poll
  • Brownbanded Bamboo Shark

    9 52.94%
  • Cat Shark

    0 0%
  • Marbled Cat Shark

    3 17.65%
  • Epaulette Shark

    5 29.41%
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  1. Default vote, what shark would you choose?


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    What would you choose if you could/want to house a young shark to adulthood
    300g + 240g in wall build! - Follow Here
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    - Marble Cat Shark

    Epaulette Shark

    Brownbanded Bamboo Shark - Will turn grey once an adult

    Cat Shark
    300g + 240g in wall build! - Follow Here
    120g SW Reef, LED lights, cool fish and corals!

  3. #3

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    0 Not allowed!
    Is this based on looks?
    American League Champions! TIGERS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLBfan
    Is this based on looks?
    Good point...

    I would base it on personal preference, personality, looks, enjoyment, awe factor..... is this something you can look at for the next 10-20 years?

    I personally like the brownbanded bamboo shark because it looks closest to the big sharks once it is an adult

    The epaulette shark has personality but 4x time the price. There is a baby at my LFS for $400... I can buy 4 of the other ones for the same price lol
    Last edited by glarior; 05-08-2012 at 04:23 PM.
    300g + 240g in wall build! - Follow Here
    120g SW Reef, LED lights, cool fish and corals!

  5. #5

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    I'd get the one with the personality. It's beautiful and it will be a relatively small investment over 20+ years
    American League Champions! TIGERS!

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    i love the Epaulette Shark's, i would get these, but go with persoanlity and some for looks, becuase having a tank with like spotted stingrays that just burry themselves is not very interesting. lol
    10G Algae tank-The Nano was moved to the 55G
    55G Reef-
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    DIY live rock

  7. #7

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    I thought the Epaulette Shark looked the best but as others stated Id base my purchase more on personality then looks.

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    Idk anything about sharks besides what I learn on shark week lol. But I did spend a few minutes watching them on youtube and its an easy vote for me.

    The Bamboo shark is certainly more striking, and would impress people because it looks more like you have a straight up shark:

    But the Epaulette looks like it has allot more personality and is quite frankly adorable:

    I'd go with the Epaulette for sure.

  9. #9

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    I would go with the epaulette not only for looks but they also seem to be one of the easier species of shark to keep in aquaria.
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    Keep the votes and thoughts coming! So far I agree with everyone
    300g + 240g in wall build! - Follow Here
    120g SW Reef, LED lights, cool fish and corals!

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