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I think your chances with the other fish are hit and miss...most sharks are not overly aggressive toward other fish if they are well fed...that's how large public aquariums keep so many of them together with other fish without too much issue...but my honest opinion is don't do it...the theory that you will find it a better home when it gets to big is a good one, but in reality re-homing a larger shark to someone who can/will care for it in an adequately sized tank is very hard to do. The other issue is most of the bottom dwelling sharks species are quite frankly boring IMO...they are typically not very active during the day. If I was going to keep sharks or rays I would only do it in a very large tank that was specifically designed for them. I'm in no way bashing, just my opinion on the subject.
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