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SecretCXMan

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I'm new to keeping an octopus and would like any constructive feedback on my set up that I can get from those with experience.

Here's the set up:
75 gallon glass tank with lid​
About 80 lbs of rock​
 

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RCLasley

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I'm new to keeping an octopus and would like any constructive feedback on my set up that I can get from those with experience.

Here's the set up:
75 gallon glass tank with lid​
About 80 lbs of rock​
How long would the battery back up run on the return pump? I think that is a great idea in the event of a power outage
 
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Just make sure your octopus won’t be able to escape. They are strong, smart, bored, curious, and fit through gaps only a little larger than their beaks. They pull hard on tubes, push hard against tops, and will go for a walk behind your couch or get into your overflow box if they can. Think everything through and secure everything
 

tonmo

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curious, @SecretCXMan -- how is your tank doing, and what are your plans for obtaining an octopus? Let us know / start a journal when you engage!
 


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