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David from Alaska

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Don't keep an octopus. Have been studying intelligent creatures (orca, wolves, elephants) and now octopus. Realizing all these creatures abilities and intelligence is quite humbling. I am a cartoonist (hoping to go syndicated soon) with polar bears and humans as my characters. Can be seen at cabinfeverart.net if you are curious. I look forward to following this site. Thank you
 

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Hi David, thanks for joining. :welcome: Do search our forums for past discussions on this -- we're all in awe of, and humbled by, the intelligence of cephalopods. The ceph-keeping trade exists, we are here to help the cephs. I respect your position; I don't keep an octopus myself -- but this community is supportive of ceph-keepers, as well as those who choose not to keep them. We're not out to evangelize our positions in any direction; this is an information-sharing and observational site. Along those lines, welcome, and I look forward to your contributions here!
 

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