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Got my cuttles from Righty... Sweet.

a rabid squid

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I drove up to san fransisco to pick up 2 cuttles because i know how much he hates shipping. when i got home they both looked dead until i put some of my water in the bag. i just think the water ran out of oxygen because of the traffic. but now theyre doing great. i just keep them in a breeder net full of food and they can eat whenever i shake the net and all the coepapods run out of their hiding places. they are really small like half an inch or so but they are growing really fast. i can see the difference every day. but they are using their colors a lot more than i expected with babies. and can anyone tell me how to ween them onto frozen food? and i heard something about feeding them crab limbs. would this work? because i have a ton of crabs in my tank right now.

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a rabid squid

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a pretty bad pic but u get the idea.
 

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erich orser

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Those little guys ought to grow pretty fast. Better enjoy them kitten-sized now - soon they'll be cats! Only without the smell.
 

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