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"Hi! I'm Roy of Philippines and I just got back to fish keeping again a few weeks ago to save 2 pairs of id sharks (2 blacks 16-20 in and 2 albs of 8-10 in) from my neighbors small outdoor pond. The black male I'd got his right fin stripped as well as a lip bruise-more from the net he used to catch. They're finally settled happily outdoor in a shaded aluminum tank of about 250 gals ...need more info though re my black female laying eggs. Will it be safe with the smaller id albs? What's my chance of bringing these eggs up successfully given the said situation? Needless to say my bottom tank got pebbles and stones that these eggs could be hidden but still...? "
"roy m. delegero"

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