perhaps not right away, but consider the bangii done for... and the volitan isn't as good of an idea as you think... if the shark runs into the lion, it will sting it. possibly resulting in death...The captain said:in his 180 he lives with
blue hippo tang
a huge bangaii cardinal
and a maroon clown
gonna get around to picking up a volitan lion and that should be all cant keep much with them.
Sorry - to hear about your bad experiences with sharks.d_link said:Sharks are hard to keep I have had many of them and lost them all over time due to one thing or another. The longest I kept one was a horn shark for over 3 years. I just gave up in 2007 when my last shark died, I just can not see keeping sharks anymore if I can not give them a full life. A 180 gallon long will be a nice tank for this type of shark even if it's grows to full length. Watch out that other fish don't pick on the shark as he is small and lazy during the day and will become very active when the lights are off (good time to feed on sleeping $$ fish). But as long as you keep him full he should not bother other fish. Cooked shrimp is good but also get some shark food from the pet store in cubes as this will help his diet. Also looks like your substright is fine sand (good choice) as most bottom shark will get a rash and infection from ruff substright and then die. Also keep any shrimp out of the tank $30.00 cleaner shrimp is not a good idea if you decide to get any later. I also agree with Sharkboy87 stay away from the lion. All in all looks like your doing good I hope he makes it to a nice old age. Congrates and Happy Birthday to both of you.
PS get a pic of him and the whole tank for us.
(just so cool to see little baby sharks)