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Discussion in 'Cephalopod Journals' started by clownfish, Jul 31, 2005.

  1. clownfish

    clownfish Vampyroteuthis Registered

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    hello all I am back from my move I just moved done the street but my internet was down for a week. octopus still fine the move was tough no inking but he climed out of his jar and was found on the ground but he is now ok the algea from the live rock and sand got the water merky so after it hit midnight I decided to let him go in the tank he is fine now still hiding but who could blame him I am actualy thinking about getting a seahores or something for me to look at because it is a little disapointing to look in my tank and see nothing. what is that huge pic in the middle of home page? the octopus eating spagettii sorry for the spelling no chair to sit on so it is kind of hard well see you
     
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    cthulhu77 Titanites Supporter

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    Those are the new T shirt designs for Tonmocon...be sure to pick yours up !!!

    greg, the shameless salesman
     
  3. Jean

    Jean Colossal Squid Supporter

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    Clown please don't put a seahorse in with your octopus! They don't go together the horse would get incredibly stressed out by the octi

    J
     
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    clownfish Vampyroteuthis Registered

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    oh will they I thought that they had no threat to the octo the only treat being that the octopus eats the seahores. well never mind that, I wont
     
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    DocFrye O. vulgaris Registered

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    Yes, Clownfish, read Jean's post again. The seahorses will not harm your octopus. Why would you want to put seahorses in with your octo knowing that your octo will eat them? I second Jean's advice - do not do it.
     
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    Maybe he doesn't like seahorses?

    Dan
     
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    DocFrye O. vulgaris Registered

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    Cocky little seahorses deserve what they get, eh?
     
  8. clownfish

    clownfish Vampyroteuthis Registered

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    no I have nothing agenst seahorse I just thought that if my seahorse was large like 5 in my octopus would have a realy hard time getting it and since my octopus isnt out at all it dosent look like it would matter but now I get it. lesson learned. I thought I heard someone kept a seahorse with an octopus but I ges I was wrong.
     
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    wouldnt it be funny if you were watching your octopus and all of a sudden your seahorse inhaled him like a kid choking on a skittle!
     

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