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not another new tank thread- SUBSTRATE For Octo-bimac POLL

vzvicious

Hatchling
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Ok, that show's I've done zero research into cuttlefish. :smile: I think they are amazing animals, but I'm in no way ready to go there......... yet!
 

Colin

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My cuttles always slept with sand over their bodies, they'd sit and throw it over by beating their skirts 8)
 

Neogonodactylus

Haliphron Atlanticus
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One depth does not fit all

A sand bed good for one species is not necessarily good for another. Depth, grain size and composition all have to be selected to fit the species as well as the type of system.
 

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