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Interested in a cuttlefish in New York

sic

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What is available at this time??
i am interested in cuttlefish
that can be in a 55 to 85 gallon tank

Not ready to get anything today but would like to get a setup ready

any help or suggestions?
 
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Search around a bit for your setup there is tons of threads like these that will help you get the right setup, You can do a bandensis in a tank that size for sure. You need to get it setup, fully cycled and mature before you try though.
 

sic

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how big do those get?
lifespan?
can i have 2 in that tank or no??

i have a friend that makes saltwater tanks so preparing that part isnt a problem

thanks alot
 

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