Getting rid of shark

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Tomorrow I'm finally getting rid of my shark. It has caused enough havac to my tank over the last month, by eating 3 neons, 2 harlequins, and (a partridge in a pear tree lol) maybe my smallest CAE, I can't find it right now. I was hoping to trade it for a couple of black neons and maybe a plant. And after that, I will be able to go to another store and get a few more harlequins to complete the schools on the 2 species.
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Good deal. I'm sorry your fish has become a nuisance. Sometimes this is the only way to go. :-[
 
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Ya, but you live and learn. It was a great experience on my behalf. Sadly it is so beautiful and it has to go. If it didn't get so big or was brackish, I would not have a problem with it and would keep it.
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What type of a shark was it?
 
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Sorry I didn't mention that before. A columbian shark.
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So I took it to the guy and he gave me 2 B.neons full grown(regularally sells them for about $3-4) and I bought a plant from him as well. Then I went to another store to replace my dead harlequin, and I ended up buying a sumo loach, a yo-yo loach and a plant. I was thinking of getting one butterfly ram but didn't have the money and didn't want it to be mistreated with out any info on them.
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