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Is this normal?

dreadhead

Haliphron Atlanticus
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#4
When I got my octo I didnt see it out for about a week.Have you offered it anthing other than krill?
 

SniperX8

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#5
well theres a snail and a crab in a shell in the tank and i put the snail in front of him and he grabbed it and than swam away from it and went onto a rock.
 

Animal Mother

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#6
I would take it slow for a while, just observe from a distance. Try to limit your direct interaction until it seems interested to gain trust.
 

dreadhead

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#7
I would let him settle in.leave him alone, maybe with the light off but keep offering food once or twice a day.Do you have any fish in the tank with him?
 

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