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Bimacs and Steamer Clams

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Hi.

I'm considering a bimac (from octopets) and am wondering if it would eat small live steamer clams. I live in the pacific northwest of the US and have good access to a variety of clams, oysters and small crabs from our local tide pools. Thanks!

Paul
 


Nancy

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It might, because the Octopets baby bimacs are raised on baby clams, among other things.

I'm sure your future bimac will find small crabs very tasty! :smile: So yes, you should be able to use at least some of the creatures you have there as food.

Nancy
 

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