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does anyone own octo eggs?

nini

Wonderpus
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i want to hatch my own octo,but need an egg,does anyone own any extra octo eggs that they could send me?
 

nini

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thanx, but they are really pricy, i was kinda hoping that some 1 would give me un egg,or trade, or maybe sale for a cheap price : :oshea:
 

kaotik

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the octopus is the cheapest part of the whole setup. If you cant afford the octopus, how are you paying for the tank, filtration, FOOD, etc?????
 

a rabid squid

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i dont think it will hatch if you get only one. im not sure on the fertility rate on those things im pretty sure its not 100% so its a gamble that you'll get a baby octo in the first place. but if you want you could email Jim at octopets and he'll give you a price for one. or at least thats what he did for cuttlefish eggs for me.
 
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nini said:
thanx, but they are really pricy, i was kinda hoping that some 1 would give me un egg,or trade, or maybe sale for a cheap price : :oshea:

eggs are realy realy hard to take care of and need lots of spiecal care. also you need lotts more money.
 

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