Originally Posted by squiggles
i saw a ray in a pet store called a teacup ray which was small but he was for fw, i think he still got a fair size but not as big as most
Won't live for very long in saltwater, those are freshwater rays. I wish we could get those here in TX.
Come on now you 2, 36" IS 3 feet. You both said it grows larger than 3 feet. Reread both your posts and you will see that you both wrote teh exact same thing. Bury the hatchet.
I would not keep a ray in a 55g and I would not keep them with a puffer. A puffer may nip at the fragile mantle of the ray. That is a death sentence for such a beautiful creature.