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KMAN

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i have a 120-150 gallon tank that used to be someones saltwater tank
i have ben thinking about this for a wile and i was wondering wat kind of octo i should get i might want to get 2 and i could divide the tank but i need info and yes i am doing research on my own i just thought i could benefit from the collective knowledge of this community
thanx
kman
o and i worked for almost a year with octos in an aquarium were me and a partener succefully bred them and raised planktonic babies to abut a week old so im not completely uneducated when it comes to octos
 

Nancy

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Hi KMAN,

Yes, I remember you. Welcome back.

A large tank like that would be nice for a larger octopus like a vulgaris.

I'm not sure how well two octos in a divided tank works out, because they could see each other.

You'll have plenty of time to think about it while you're cycling the tank!

Nancy
 

KMAN

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how long do u have to cycle the tank and i kinda was thinkin a bimac cuz they were fun to play with at the aquarium
 

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