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post #21 of 23 Old 04-06-2013, 01:44 PM
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I don't know much about all the laws and such, but it sounds like your pond is large enough to house a shark. Personally, Although sharks are awesome, I would probably opt to get some lake sturgeon or something.

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post #22 of 23 Old 04-06-2013, 08:44 PM
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Reefing Madness and funkman - yes technically by that logic we shouldn't be keeping fish, but we're talking about a 3 meter shark. So it is different in this case, and people kill 90,000,000 sharks every year. I don't think we should take anymore out of the ocean.

And Bobby, I'm really confused by the dimensions of the pond. You have three different ones posted.

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Reefing Madness and funkman - yes technically by that logic we shouldn't be keeping fish, but we're talking about a 3 meter shark. So it is different in this case, and people kill 90,000,000 sharks every year. I don't think we should take anymore out of the ocean.
And Bobby, I'm really confused by the dimensions of the pond. You have three different ones posted.
Yep, I understand that; I will not keep a shark in my pond. As for the dimensions then the first one was wrong. The second one was correct for my old pond. The third one was for my new pond. (read the 8th reply)

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