Discussion in 'Octopus Care' started by nini, Jun 21, 2005.
A 35 gallon, for a small breed octo, how does that sound?
ya that would be a good home for a pygmy octopus but I recomend getting a 55 gallon and getting a bimac much more friendly
wuts the smallest a bimac can live in?
cause the person from octopets says 30 gallon for bimacs
Really you shouldn’t be looking for the minimum for an octopus they are very smart
We used to reccomend 30 gal as a minimum for bimacs, but some people found that these tanks were pretty cramped for a full grown one.
Not to mention there are some bimacs which grow larger that te stated size. So we decided that 55gal should be the new minimum. That way, your bimac will have more space to explore and jet around wiithout hitting the decor.
How big dose a bimac get???
Big enough! (see pic)
WOW, AFTER SEEING YOUR PIC NANCY, I WILL DEFFINATLY CONSIDER A 55 GALLON THANX
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