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tywtly

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Ok, some of you may know about the wipeout I've been talking about in my 55 gal FOWLR tank. All that's left is a snowflake eel. I've been thinking I could turn this into an octo tank. I thought that until last night when I realized just how vicious the eel is. I bought a couple damsels, and he chased one around the tank, then ate it overnight, so I don't think he would be good with an octo. I'll probably just wait and buy a different tank, because hey, nothing wrong with a lot of tanks.
 

G*S KING

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haha i got a fifty five gallon tank for my octo and he loves the damn thing i never find him in the same place twice lol
 

tywtly

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Lucky...Oh well, I decided today that it should be a reef, so I bought a few firefish and damsels, next I'll start with corals. I'll just get a different tank for an octo.
 

cthulhu77

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It is true, aquariums seem to grow on like a fungus...one, two, five...yipes.
 

DWhatley

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cthulhu77,
I'll bet you forgot to count the fuges, feeder, hospital, quarentine and any other temporary/occassional tanks:periscop:
 

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