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Thread: William Blog

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    How does everyone like William's Blog I like it alot :P

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    Thats good hopefully this will encourage William to post more things on it!

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    LOL. I will post more things on it.

    I will try to post in it atleast two times a week. Let me know if there is something in particular you want me to write about. I am considering writing the next post about the morays of the Red sea with pictures of the different species and about diving with them.

    What do you think about that?

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    Cool. if you could do one on the red tailed shark, that would be great. they are one of the few fish, that i had try to spawn and could not. there got to be something i am missing. they spawn in the wild with no problem, so why not in the tank.

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    I doubt that I would be able to help you breed them. Most if not all successful breedings in aquariums has as far as I know involved giving the fish hormones.

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    They don"t give tbem hormones in the wild. i had try everything i know, but i am not about to give up. what types of water are they found in, what type of bottow(sand rocks,mud ) what types of plants grown where they are found. if anybody can help me please do. what if i put some outside for a summer in a big heated pond, would they spawn then. but as i said, i am not about to give up.

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    What is the name of the hormones they used to get red tailed shark to spawn? i do known that it is tighly controled. had you every travel to the area that the red tailed sharks come from? if so, maybe write about that(ie. lay of the land, types of water found there, stuff like that)

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    That's true. They don't give them hormones in the wild. I will try to write something about what the area they live in is like etc including some of my experinces from the area. Might not be untill this weekend though.

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    No problem.

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