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Old 10-04-2013, 09:09 PM   #31
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My father in law just found an octopus in his tank. Hasn't added anything in 6+ months and nobody has ever seen it before.
Pics or it didn't happen!!!
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Pics or it didn't happen!!!
He only saw it for a second and nobody else has. I'm gonna try to find it and get a picture.
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Old 10-04-2013, 11:24 PM   #33
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My father in law just found an octopus in his tank. Hasn't added anything in 6+ months and nobody has ever seen it before.
x2 pics or it never happened because it should have tried to escape by now.
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How could that even be possible ?
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Not sure but he hasn't added anything in months and it just showed up this week. Maybe it was an egg washed into a hole in the live rock, heck maybe it was in cryostasis lol. Anyways we should get back on topic before the mods scold us.

I have always wanted a shark, keep the kids in check lol. Just kidding.
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:16 AM   #36
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:23 AM   #37
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Not sure but he hasn't added anything in months and it just showed up this week. Maybe it was an egg washed into a hole in the live rock, heck maybe it was in cryostasis lol. Anyways we should get back on topic before the mods scold us.

I have always wanted a shark, keep the kids in check lol. Just kidding.
As long as the sharks have freaking laser beams attached to their heads then i want some too!

I'm seeing that most people are picking ridiculously difficult species of fish for their dream tanks. Nobody likes the common stuff
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I'd like to add a garibaldi to my list as well. Such a sweet cold water fish. And yeah no one wants anything that can actually go in most tanks lol
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As long as the sharks have freaking laser beams attached to their heads then i want some too! I'm seeing that most people are picking ridiculously difficult species of fish for their dream tanks. Nobody likes the common stuff
I posted earlier in this thread that id like a mandarin. I had a green spotted mandarin that unfortunately perished with all my other fish when I had a tank crash.

Another couple if really like to get is a mcoskers wrasse and purple fire fish.
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I posted earlier in this thread that id like a mandarin. I had a green spotted mandarin that unfortunately perished with all my other fish when I had a tank crash.

Another couple if really like to get is a mcoskers wrasse and purple fire fish.
All 3 of those are fairly common, however I'd still stick the mandarins on the difficult to keep list. But all 3 fish are beautiful!
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