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paultanca

Larval Mass
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Oct 8, 2005
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#1
Hey,
My name is Paul and i just registered, i'm planning on setting up a small tank with a single octo in it. I've been reading the threads on this site for quite a while and it seems like you guys really know what you're talking about. I'm more of a reptile guy myself and so it's good to know that you guys are as enthused about your octo's as i am about my reptiles. Hope to learn alot from you guys. Feel free to message me anytime!
~Paul~
Vancouver, WA
 

tonmo

Titanites
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#2
Welcome aboard Paul!
 

bigGdelta

Vampyroteuthis
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#3
welcome.:welcome: may the great one eat you last
 

Fujisawas Sake

Larger Pacific Striped Octopus
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Dec 24, 2002
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#6
"Pleased to meet you... Hope you catch my name." :twisted:

Just kidding. A hearty :welcome: to TONMO, where the past present, and future is cephalopods. I, for one, welcome our new molluscan overlords...

John
 

aNmLlUvR09

Cuttlefish
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Oct 13, 2005
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#8
Hey! I'm new too! I have no idea what i'm doing here lol...i've never even thought about being interested in octopuses (or whatever the plural is...) but recently my biology teacher gave us a project to research a biologist and i (being the procrastonator that i am) waited until 2 days after it was due to even start looking for a biologist. Well i randomly picked Steve O'Shea's name (irony..) and here I am...Can anyone tell me anything about this?:confused:
 

Jean

Colossal Squid
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Dunedin, New Zealand
#9
aNmLlUvR09 said:
Hey! I'm new too! I have no idea what i'm doing here lol...i've never even thought about being interested in octopuses
Tsk tsk tsk

now you're here you will never escape MWAHAHAHAHAHA!:twisted:

:welcome:

J
 

a rabid squid

GPO
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Oct 6, 2004
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159
#11
you can do both. i have an 8 foot boa myself. i used to have chameleons and bearded dragons but im still amazed at the great colors in chameleons. especially the kind i had those things are like living rainbows... but it seems a lot less practical than cuttlefish or octopus colors. that got me thinking of getting a chameleon to put next to my cuttle/octopus tank.
 

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