Sharks that are commonly kept in the aquarium.
Since there are many different species of sharks available in the aquarium trade, let’s take a look at each species’
Which sharks are best for ponds? Great question! That depends on the size of your pond. So let’s first take a look at some pond options and then we will talk about some suitable species for each sized pond.
This is the Coral Cat Shark. I have kept a few over the years. They are a very unique looking
The Horn Shark gets its name from its short, blunt head with high ridges above their eyes. They have 2
This shark is not as common in the aquarium trade and as a juvenile is mistaken for a Brown Banded
The most commonly available shark in the aquarium industry is the Brown Banded Bamboo shark. They look like this as
This is a Walking Shark. It’s also called the Epaulette Shark. Both of the sharks in this blog post were
Having a small shark as a pet is an intriguing idea to a lot of people who have home aquariums.
If you frequent saltwater aquarium stores, you have probably come across one of these: This is a Brown Banded Bamboo
Most people have probably never even seen a Horn Shark. They also probably don’t know that they hatch from eggs
Typically Horn Shark are primarily loners. They spend their entire life in a area no larger than 3,300 square feet.
This is Link my rescued Horn Shark. Learn all about his story and progress in the full article.
I have been caring for and researching sharks and stingrays since I was 16 years old. I am now 35.
A new born captive bred Epaulette Shark named Zelda.