Tiger Ray

Thinking about trying one for fun。 Any experience keepers out there? Was thinking of finding a 8 to 10 inch tiger ray to grow out。 Is it possible to keep a tiger with leos down the road? And most importantly, how hard to get them eating pellets!?
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Thinking about trying one for fun。 Any experience keepers out there? Was thinking of finding a 8 to 10 inch tiger ray to grow out。 Is it possible to keep a tiger with leos down the road? And most importantly,Tiger RayAquatic how hard to get them eating pellets!?
There is a high death rate with them。 I would reccomend keeping it alone or with a 4-5"; pup of another speices at first。 Im not sure what your water parameters are but be prepared to run a blend of r/o with tap。 I keep these rays at a higher temp especially a small tiger like that so run your temp around 84-86 to start。 Be prepared when it comes and have lots of live blackworms available and then lots of canadian nightcrawlers, remember at this size it is still very young。 Dont even bother with pellets at first, once you get it fattened up on worms and healthy then start mixing in shrimp。 They are one of the hardest rays to get eating pellets。 Your black rays are probably the easiest to get eating pellets。 Let me know if you do get one as Im kinda looking for a female to go with my male eventually。 My tiger and flower rays are kept in my community tank with lots of different rays but they are bigger and have been in captivity for a long time。
Sound like just stick with BD and if you want show case just ask Scott to take slme pics
Hmm maybe i better rethink this idea lol。 Last thing i need is feeding blackworms and devote a ton of time。

Yea maybe just ask scott for pics lol
yeah。。。sounds like a lot of work!。。。maybe buy one that is older and acclimatized to our water and food!

never give up too quickly on something you want to try!
Lol yea。 Ill give it some thought!
I know a place that have big tiger ray Mike,Tiger Ray Vancouver aquarium hheheheh ask them if they want to sell。
They are totally worth it as they look so nice。 You probably will never find one that has been in captivity for over two years as either they are dead or no one will sell theres as there are very few over here that live past this point。 I say go for it but just be prepared。
Im actually at a tough point now as my male tiger is really pushing hard to breed my female flower which is stressing her out and she has cut her eating in half, the only problem is none of my spare tanks are great to move my male tiger over do to other aggressive males allready in them cause the got to overly aggressive during breeding。 Lol, I think Im the only person trying really hard to stop my rays from breeding but am having no luck。
Feed her with birth control pill Scott
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