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Old 05/09/2017, 03:08 PM   #14
Rilelen
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Octopuses are short-lived; don't expect to keep one for more than a few months to a year, depending on how old yours is when you acquire it. I have an A. aculeatus in one of my office tanks (not listed in my sig), and I spent almost a year prepping the tank for his arrival, with the understanding that I'd likely only have a few months with him.

The best current all-in-one info source on keeping cephalopods is "Cephalopods: Octopuses and Cuttlefish for the Home Aquarium", and tonmo.com's forums are the place to ask questions.


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