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ant

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my bro said you had to have a permit to have a home octo.(octo thats in your home) Is this true?[/i]
 

joel_ang

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Nope, I don't think you would need a permit since bimacs aren't exactly life threatening in anyway. Fishsupply.com or octopets would have probably put up a notice.
 

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