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White Spotted Bamboo Cat Shark - Chiloscyllium plagiosum

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White Spotted Bamboo Cat Shark - Chiloscyllium plagiosum


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Shipped size: 8 - 15 inches



The White Spotted Bamboo Cat Shark is a carpet shark found in the coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean. It can get as large as 3 feet in length. This species can be aggressive when grown. The White Spotted Bamboo Cat Shark uses it's electroreceptors along it's nose to locate prey. They are oviparous and lay eggs.

The White Spotted Bamboo Cat Shark is considered very aggressive when feeding. It is recommended to keep a good tight lid on top even after feeding is done, as loose pieces of food can be fought for between the sharks. The shark has the ability to jump from the pond or aquarium when competing for food. All fish that are aggressive towards sharks should be removed from the tank or pond. Vitamins containing Iodine should be fed on a schedule with food.



Tank Size: 300 Gallon+ Recommended

Max Size When Grown: 36 Inches

Diet: Small Fishes, Squid, and Crabs

Aggressive when grown

Rock structure for the sharks to hide

Vitamins that contain Iodine for supplementation to diet

Aggressive fish should be kept in a separate tank







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  1. Great Shark! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 4th 2017

    Thanks Jeremy! This guy is healthy as an ox and eats like one too! If it fits in his mouth he's eating it! Shark and Reef is the only place I'll go for my marine animals. Also their costumer service is the best out there. Jeremy is always available to answer any questions and to keep you informed on the status of your order.


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