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What ceph should i get?

a rabid squid

GPO
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ive been having trouble deciding. they all sound so cool. i have a 55 gallon tank and have experience with cuttles. :confused: :confused: :confused:
 

nini

Wonderpus
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get a bimac, they are suppose to be the best octo you can get,smart,friendly,good size.you can find them at octopets
 
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i have a 150 gallon talk i set up for an octo. it has been cycling for 8 months. i was wondering what kinda i should get for that size of tank. i would like a bigger octo and one with al onger life span. letm ek now what u think i should get. thanx everyopne
greg
 

octopus_octo

Blue Ring
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I would say.....

o. briareus becuse they grow a nice size and are friendly I know cause hade excpereance with 2 dwarfs are a bad idea becaus they only live for 2 months



GET BRIAREUS!!!!
 

joel_ang

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Both of you should get either a briareus or a bimac. A bandensis can be kept in a 55 and a few can be kept in a 150. We don't recommend dwarfs as they're nearly always nocturnal and have short lifespans. Check out our ceph articles, they might help you in making a decision
 

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