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Do Octo's eat themselves???

Jean

Colossal Squid
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Those arms look to me like old age, sorry. He may not eat again. It certainly doesn't look like autophagy disease.

J
 


lunarsquid

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thats the problem with buying octo's from a LFS... there's no easy way to tell how old he was... Unfortuantly, that's what happens when we decide to keep critters that don't live for very long. Guess we're all gluttons for punishment or something.

God speed, little octo, to the big reef in the sky!
 

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