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Green Brittles ok?

Colin

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possibly, but the size diffeence should be carefully watched...

The green serpents are pretty good at catching living food and i suppose a baby octo could be classed as food for them so dont put one in until the octo is comparable in size... that goes for red brittles too to be safe..

all depends on their sizes
 

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