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Yes, there may be. Even some LFSs will sometimes have them. However, since our Tonmo community has had great success ordering bimacs from these two suppliers, I can't imagine why you'd want to go somewhere else.

When your tank is set up and cycled, and when all your water parameters are good, and when you've located a good source of food, you should look on the websites we gave you.

I'd recommend finding the telephone number and phoning - you pay by credit card. The advantage to phoning is that you can discuss the details of shipping and arrival time for your little octopus.

It would be alot more troublesome but you try asking an LFS to try and get one for you but it might be wild caught or maybe even bought from fishsupply or octopets making it more expensive.