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Keith

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i haven't kept any cuttlefish, but keeping any ceph is fairly challenging. in my opinion one of the biggest challenges is keeping the tank as clean as it needs to be. cephs produce about 3x what a fish of equal mass would, and that results in a need for a pretty beefy filtration system.
 

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