shark guy from eastern NC

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Hi. there everyone. While I am new to R2R, I am not new to saltwater aquarium forums in general.

I have been around several of them including MFK, Reef Central, & Shark & Ray Central (as one of the mods), for the past 15 years. My general interest saltwater tanks, ponds and sharks dates back my high school days (over 30 years ago).

I have 14 years experience(and counting) as a mod of Shark & Ray Central - I have learned a lot about keeping sharks in Home aquaria, and talked with people who have worked at public aquariums. While the swimming sharks(such as Leopard, WTR, BTR, Bonnetheads, & Lemons) which we see in public aquariums are always fascinating to watch, learn about. It is actually the smaller benthic species which I find most interesting, at the present time. As I have always felt that captive breeding of the benthic sharks is key to help maintain them for future of our hobby.
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Hi. there everyone. While I am new to R2R, I am not new to saltwater aquarium forums in general.

I have been around several of them including MFK, Reef Central, & Shark & Ray Central (as one of the mods), for the past 15 years. My general interest saltwater tanks, ponds and sharks dates back my high school days (over 30 years ago).

I have 14 years experience(and counting) as a mod of Shark & Ray Central - I have learned a lot about keeping sharks in Home aquaria, and talked with people who have worked at public aquariums. While the swimming sharks(such as Leopard, WTR, BTR, Bonnetheads, & Lemons) which we see in public aquariums are always fascinating to watch, learn about. It is actually the smaller benthic species which I find most interesting, at the present time. As I have always felt that captive breeding of the benthic sharks is key to help maintain them for future of our hobby.
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