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CuttleFarm Army article in ReefKeeping magazine

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I was honored to be given the opportunity to write an article for reefkeeping magazine on Sepia Bandensis. It can be viewed at
http://reefkeeping.com/issues/2008-10/feature/index.php

Ive also revamped by lame attempt at a website haha. Content is still sparse, but its evolving slowly. I have added all the best images and videos I had of 4+ years of keeping these guys. Was it a hassle to go through 50+ gigs of images and video! Come visit and leave a comment if you wish!

www.thetentacleparadox.com
 


Nancy

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Congratulations! Good article and your photos look great!

For those of you not in the know, Reefkeeping Magazine is an online publication of Reef Central.

Nancy
 


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Just to let you know, it's such a good article I sent the link to my boss, his boss and my boss' future boss as part of cephloculture campaign :sagrin:
 
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I just skimmed the article however I enjoyed the pictures :smile:. I forgot how small they are when they are newborns. I haven't yet forgot how much work they are though, which is why I still don't have another batch ^^;. Congrats.
 

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