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Nanotank question?

kharn101

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Hey guys...i was wondering if it was possible to put an octopus species in a 10 gallon tanK? no blue ring please :smile:. Don't burn me i am a newb to this side of the hobby....
 
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No, absolutely impossible, not brning you here, but a lot of people have been trying to get a ceph in a small tank lately and it's ABSOLUTELY impossible, the smallest tank would be about 30-40 gallons, and that is still small for most species. If you go to the homepage that is being referbished, scross down a little, and there are tonnes of articles, those are a good place to start.
 

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