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Preparations begin to produce octopus in captivity - FIS

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Preparations begin to produce octopus in captivity
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[SIZE=-1]Honduras could start producing octopus in captivity thanks to agreements being made between authorities from Mexican institutions and the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (SAG). This was confirmed by the Deputy Minister of Livestock, ...[/SIZE]
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tonmo

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...for eating, of course. Reminds me of the well-produced video (I believe from Spain?) about techniques for commercially raising octopus... it's here in this forum somewhere (*shuffle, shuffle*)
 

SabrinaR

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That picture makes me want to cry. Yuck! Anyway, I wonder if they would sell them as live stock. Who knows. But what size tanks would O. maya need?
 

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These get huge, 7 lbs as adults (about 4 feet long), so I don't think we'll be getting any pet O. Maya, even if we could figure out how to get one shipped to us from Mexico or Honduras.
 

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