Ok, i've been thinking for weeks, i wasgoing tog et some seahorses in a 55g to breed, then i decided to start out with saltwater, then start breeding, then i thought a 55g reef tank with radiata lionfish and snowflake eel.
now, i have thought alot about it, and i think getting a bamboo cat shark would be way more worth the money.
I'm plannin on getting a 277 gallon circle pool with a sitting area, where the shark could swim up for feeding time or something.
it will be tough i know, and i'll be ready.
i'll have a tub as a refugium, live rock, tubeworms, clam, anything i can afford to help filter. It will also have a heater of course.
i have some questions.
what is a good book that someone can suggest for learning more about keeping a bamboo cat shark?
and does anyone know a cheap place with cheap shipping i can get a bamboo cat shark egg at?
also, should i hatch the egg in the pool or should it be hatched in like a 15 gallon tub? guessing the egg should be hatched in pool right?
i want to get it and raise it from birth, it will be a fun experience and he will grow up in his pool. since i am getting it and hatching it, can i train it to be hand feed at birth and work with it so when it's bigger it will be more tame?
should i get like big angelfish or some triggerfish in the pool so he won't be lonely or is that a waste of money?
hoping someone can answer atleast some of my questions. thanks in advance!