bimac

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  1. marineboy

    marineboy Wonderpus Registered

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    hope i did this right...
     
  2. Oktoputeao

    Oktoputeao O. bimaculoides Registered

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    Try it again guy!!! We can't see your link.
    Cheers
    Carles
     
  3. thewolf

    thewolf Larval Mass Registered

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    Here you go fixed your pic.
    Nice looking little guy!
     
  4. Oktoputeao

    Oktoputeao O. bimaculoides Registered

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    Looks great!!! Keep it and grow it as better as you can!!! Feel lucky!!
    Nice picture.

    Cheers
    Carles :coffee:
     
  5. DHyslop

    DHyslop Architeuthis Supporter

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    Did you collect the little guy yourself?

    Dan
     
  6. marineboy

    marineboy Wonderpus Registered

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    yes, I did.
    Low tides are always a blast around here when catching octopus...you never know what you might find under your next rock. It could be a baby octopus such as this or a full grown 2-foot long bimac staring right back at you!
     
  7. Nancy

    Nancy Titanites Staff Member Moderator

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    So did you put it back in the water or did you have a tank ready for a new bimac?

    Nice pic!

    Nancy
     
  8. marineboy

    marineboy Wonderpus Registered

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    I put him back, I don't have a tank thats ready yet
     
  9. Oktoputeao

    Oktoputeao O. bimaculoides Registered

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    Well done guy!!!! Marine preservation is also important.
     
  10. corw314

    corw314 Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    Awwwwww........I am sooo jealous......How do you work having such accessability to octopuses anytime you desire????

    Carol
     
  11. marineboy

    marineboy Wonderpus Registered

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    lol, I can only see them on the low tide days and there about 2-4 times a week. All the other times confront nightime and so forth.
     
  12. Kohlis

    Kohlis Larval Mass Registered

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    Aw, so cute! How did it feel when you picked it up? Did it bite?
     

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