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Tentacles in gills

joel_ang

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Can you get a pic then, maybewe'll be able to tell if it is harmful. The transparent animal might be an amphipod which small octos like to feed on.
 
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Pudge grabbed one a yesterday and didn't seem hurt, but I took them back. There were a total of 9 little tentacled things. :bugout: I'm thinking Pudge ate everything else, found the crab body, no trace of the transparent thing in the rock.
 

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