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Octos to Cuttles

daddysquoc

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maybe this should be in the cuttlefish section, but it contains both. after keeping octos i was wondering about trying cuttles the next time around, partially because of the possibility of getting to keep more than one. i have a 125 gallon tank set up for octos, with plenty of rock caves but also alot of open mid-/upper-water space. what species of cuttles would everyone recommend?
 


monty

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bandensis seems to be the only cuttle commonly available, and you'd want a bigger tank for most other species anyway.
 

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