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nomorenames

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my octo has just started to leave the remains of his crab right were he ate it he used to take all the parts to one corner of the tank should i be worried about this change or did my octo just train me? :smile:
 

corw314

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I think he's trained you!!!! :wink: But to be on the safe side...have you tested your water lately? Other than his laziness is he eating and otherwise acting the same?

Carol
 

nomorenames

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yeah he acts the same, water tests have all been normal i redid the rocks on ethier side of his den (got 2 damsels out he ate 1 ...1 left ) thats been about it, he eats all the time better than me lol
 

Jean

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yep he's trained you.....but you're not alone! Ours usually starts with a midden.....then as we clean up they just let the remains fall whereever!

J
 

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