Bimac Siblings - who has zyan_silver's bimacs?

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Thanks Nancy-Sla'nesh gives you a wave.
I'm in Buffalo,New York. His tank is being held a steady 70 degrees.
He's still being a bit shy now,but I'll post some pics ASAP. He has officially moved into a nice shell as of last night.
Nancy;84433 said:
Congratulations and welcome to Sla'nesh the bimac.

I'd appreciate knowing what state you live in and the temperature of Sla'nesh's tank so that I can add this information to the List of Our Octopuses.

Nancy
 

steveboo

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Hello all,
Well I finally got my Bimac on tuesday from Zyan, All I can say is Zyan "YOU DA MAN".He did a great job of packing and he even gave me some crabs and snails to start feeding him. He was a little shy the first day,but today I see empty snail and crab shells outside his den,He must have gotten hungry last night. I think his name will be "Stretch",Tank temp is 74 right now I will add a fan to try and get it down to 70 to 72 range.

Steve
 

marinerules

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hm

how big are these octopus from him

How mahy did he have

I would love to get another seeing as there is ag ood chance out there that he still has more ,

but i now have fish in my 240 and the only other tank I have right now is a 55 and its not set up yet, I would have to borrow sand and water from my 240 , and I'm not sure on how that would work with an octo , as Last time had my tank up for a long while before getting them
 
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You know the drill. Get it set up properly then cycle for 3 months. There probably won't be any of Zyan's bimacs left by then though, and if there are they would be pretty old.
 

marinerules

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they bored me then cause I had LOTS of time to watch them and I wanted them to be active all the time , now , im kept busy and I would have time to watch them, when its time to feed them ,

I had my ups and downs with them , but they are very intresting creatures.
 

DHyslop

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Kirtis, I don't think you'll find many people here who think its in an animal's best interest to be owned by you. You have a long record of buying them as novelties, neglecting their needs and growing bored with them when they don't fulfill your expectations.
 

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