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Will this be to big.



Nancy

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If you read some of the accounts under Journals and Photos, you'll find that some people use a critter cage located within the larger aquarium to restrict the baby octo to a smaller area. That's one way of handling it.

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Ya i Have done my research.
I'm not getting one yet though I am just making sure that the baby octo would be able to find his food. I think i will go with Nacy's Idea.
 
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