Discussion in 'The Octopus' Den' started by cuttlegirl, Dec 4, 2005.
Today while I was outside with my kids I captured a photo of the elusive Snow Cuttle...
Good heavens ! Did it flash white as camouflage, or as a threat signal????
Lol, looks almost like it was taken out of the frozen seafood section at an inland shop. Except...my grandparents said Cuttlefish aren't that tasty to eat. :(
One of my cuttles turns a snow white when hanging out near the sand..and Ive always called it "snow cuttle" mode...
I wonder how big does the tank have to be to keep these creatures? Do you think a 5gal. would be enough?
what type of chiller would you need?
I keep her outside in a 5 gallon bucket with rock salt... oh, wait, that is going to make her melt!
... I think apack of those attacked my car yesterday... do you know if they hunt in groups?
OMG a pod of snow cuttles attacking what a CHILLING thought!!!!
Excellent! When it melts, will the water sepia all over your lawn?
ah!!!!! I'm being "PUN"ished!
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh!, my snow cuttle inked last night, all over my yard! I awoke to white stuff everywhere. What do I do now? I don't think I can do a complete water (snow) change. I can't even see her anymore...
in my opinion your grandparents are wrong, cuttlefish is the greatest food ever
have you ever had snow cuttlefish... its pretty bland but it melts in your mouth
Use a soft brush to clean it away, the the cuttle will be tougher, having not just fallen, and souldbe fine....
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