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Possible ID?

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Not sure if this is good enough to get an ID with but it's the first clear picture I've gotten of my Tank raised octo " Kraken "
Chowin down on a hermit crab
 

Nancy

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Not much detail for an ID, but Kracken looks quite small and very appealing in his shell den!!

Nancy
 
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I figured as much. The invoice said "west America's" and given that he was tank bred and the pictures that I've seen and his eye spots I'm thinking he is a very young Bimac. It's going to be awhile before I know for sure but does that sound close?
 
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SandV

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what is the company that he came from??? because mine was tank raised and i am also very sure that it is a baby bimac but I will ask shane what the company is that our LFS got ours from because I can't think of it right now.
 
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