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just wondering

Apr 20, 2005
Since my octopus will be passing away soon (she has eggs) I am thinking about getting a cuttlefish bandesis I would like to get a baby or even an egg that can go in a breeder net until my octopus passes away. or if my octopus lives I will be setting up a 20 gallon attachment. to my tank so I don’t have to cycle. Any impute would be appreciated.is this not a good idea?