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What tempature should a bimac be at for the longest life, also ideas for enrichment?

Zuzubruh

Hatchling
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Aug 19, 2022
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Chiller is set at 72° due to chocolate chip starfish but my bimac "Zion doesnt seem to mind. He seems to be getting bord of some of the toys. Got him from this website shout out to tom!. Very interactive but I times I feel like he is almost aggressive? Will be posting feeding and pictures I took with my GoPro soon
 

RCLasley

O. vulgaris
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Dec 3, 2021
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I keep my water at 65. 72 is too warm and will cause the lifecycle to speed up. If this is a tank for the bimac I would lower water temp. If its the tank is meant for the starfish then I would remove the octo.
 

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