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OfflineChemical_Bliss
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Starfish, Seahorses, and Jellyfish oh my!
    #4227005 - 05/27/05 04:30 PM (12 years, 5 days ago)

Anyone know of a place that sells exotic sea critters? I`m not 100 percent on what I`m looking for, something in the are of urchins, anemoneas, seahorses, jellyfish, octopus, or starfish. Not many online pet stores sell em.

Also anyone have any experience in caring for such animals? I hear jellyfish are easy to care for. Can anyone confirm?


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Re: Starfish, Seahorses, and Jellyfish oh my! [Re: Chemical_Bliss]
    #4227314 - 05/27/05 06:50 PM (12 years, 5 days ago)

Some of those will be difficult to take care of. They might have ornamental ones for sell, but I'm also thinking alot of those animals aren't approved for the casual owner.


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Re: Starfish, Seahorses, and Jellyfish oh my! [Re: Chemical_Bliss]
    #4227723 - 05/27/05 08:27 PM (12 years, 5 days ago)

it takes a lot of time and patience to start up a salt water tank. the list of critters you mentioned, especially the seahorse, are only really for those who have HIGH experience of taking care of a saltwater tank to be able to take care of one...and it's not just any ordinary tank you can put a seahorse in...it needs to be a tank well over 100 gallons i think...or even higher

i'm not sure how jellyfish would be easy to take care of in captivity, never heard of anyone taking care of a jellyfish.

as for sea urchins, anenomes & starfishes...a 40+ gallon tank is needed to take care of them. well technically you can start a nano tank (under 20 gallons) with an anenome but it's not recommended at all, unless you want to keep buying new ones all the tiem.

take a look on google for saltwater fish tanks and maintainence..there are a lot of sites which offer info.


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