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Moving Cuttlefish

Kerrick

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Thanks for all the input guys. Unfortunately the guy cant take them this week so I'm gonna have to seperate the pair I was going to sell him. I feel this is necessary because the second largest male is showing aggression to the largest male on a persistant basis. Every time they are hunting or swimming around and their paths cross they do the Pointy tenticles/pitch black thing. I just don't want to leave them alone for the week while I'm gone to the beach and come back to an injured cuttle.

Now I must weigh my options...
 


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