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Lauren Anderson

This made me smile :) Thanks DaddyRo! I seriously love Octopi. I wish that I could keep one as a pet in my dorm room.

steve mobley

Rob, I had a real pet octopus for about a week. I had many years experience with salt water aquariums and always wanted one. I finally set up a smaller tank and after its break-in period I went and bought a small octopus from Elmer's Aquarium (remember that cool place?). Well, it quickly retreated under a rock upon release into the tank, where it stayed until it died a week later. Turns out they don't do well in captivity at all, but they failed to tell me that until after I spent the fifty bucks and called to inquire what I'd done wrong. Your story was much more intriguing. Thanks!

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Mike

Octopuses do fine in captivity. You need to study up before buying one though.

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