General information on Shark Egg
The Shark Egg is durable. Because of its accessibility and relatively inexpensive cost, The time to hatch shark eggs can range between one and six weeks, depending on the level of development as well as the environmental conditions at the aquarium.
Shark Egg Diet & Nutrition
It is a fan of meaty foods It can be challenging to feed at first and sharks that are stressed could consume food for weeks prior to eating. When they first come into your aquarium, tiny pieces of squid that have been cleaned and live feeder shrimp in saltwater must be served to lure the fish to take a bite. Sharks eat a variety of cut crustaceans, including scallops, shrimp, slices from fresh fish whole cockles inside the shell fresh shrimp, and pieces of cleaned squid. Also, frozen mussels are a great choice. Do not feed using your hand, but should you require a larger feeding stick. It should be fed at least 2-4 times per week Avoid overfeeding. Sharks should consume 35 percent of body weight every week. Sharks that are still young should be fed only in small amounts daily. A shark’s stomach should not expand in size in the event of a shark being pregnant. when you begin to notice an enormous belly on the shark, it is best to cut back on the amount you’re feeding. Freezing the food they eat for seven days or more will assist in killing any bacteria or parasites found within the meal. Food that is frozen for longer than 12 months shouldn’t be fed to sharks. Make sure it eat your food prior to six months. Soaking meals in a liquid vitamin can increase in vitamins and minerals that are essential to this shark’s health. Also, sharks require a supplement source of iodine to help prevent goiter disease.