Cuttlefish/ Seahorses

Thales

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Generally, no to both.

The conversations about cephs with sea horses generally goes like this:

Member 1: Can you keep cephs with sea horses?

M2: Yes! I do. They get along fine.

M1: For how long.

M2: 2 weeks so far. Its great. They are friends.

M3: That usually doesn't work long term.

M2: They are getting along great!

M3: Please make sure to tell us when the ceph eats the seahorse.

M2 doesn't post publicly again, but privately tells someone the ceph ate the seahorse.
 

Koshmar

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Well logically it makes no sense anyway. Seahorses are like sitting ducks, easy pickings for just about anything. Add that with a cuttlefish that loves to takes it's time and wait to attack an animal when it's stationary and you get disaster. Maybe if you had a large seahorse with a bandensis.... Still, not that good of an idea because neither of them are cheap.
 
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ok, I'm just about to put some erectus into my 40 gallon hex and figured a pair of bandensis in there too would be cool. I was just thinking that the seahorses would definetly not pick on the cuttles and they would also probably be too big for the cuttles to eat. I won't do it though if there's too much of a risk...
 
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Thales;135314 said:
Generally, no to both.

The conversations about cephs with sea horses generally goes like this:

Member 1: Can you keep cephs with sea horses?

M2: Yes! I do. They get along fine.

M1: For how long.

M2: 2 weeks so far. Its great. They are friends.

M3: That usually doesn't work long term.

M2: They are getting along great!

M3: Please make sure to tell us when the ceph eats the seahorse.

M2 doesn't post publicly again, but privately tells someone the ceph ate the seahorse.

True story :indiffer:
I actually don't know just trying to discourage it, hilarious maybe make a comic out of it :sly:
 

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