Looks like Squishy is on the way out

Telionis

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How near are you to the ocean? If you’re near by and Bimacs can survive in that region of water (which ocean are they native to?!?), maybe you would consider setting the majority into the ocean where they'd at least be guaranteed the right environment to survive, and more over a few could mature, mate, and continue Squishy's genetic heritage.

Congrats btw.
 


Venom

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they're a pacific species, also kown as the "California Mud Flat Octopus" so I don't think dumping them in the Atlantic is a good idea. Even if they did survive, introducing species into non-native habitats is ecologically devastating.
Gonna try to get ahold of Chris Shaw and see how he raised his.
More and more babies in the tank!
 

Colin

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Chris has been pretty quiet lately, he has a lot going on by the looks of things but you should be able to get him via a PM or email...

He has sucessfuly raised bimaculoides and mercatoris :smile:
 

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