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Lauri said:
Definatly brings new meaning to top predator.
So much for Mike to watching movies like Predator.:bluelaugh:
 

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well i just assumed that they would move it for slowly eating thier sharks. or did i miss part of the video.......
 

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You're right. I misread your post :p. It makes perfect sense that they would move it.

Wild stuff, huh?
 

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Not surprising at all really. The dogfish or dogshark was only 2 feet or less and the octopus get huge here. Once saw on caught in a crab trap that the body was over 26 inches across. How it fit in the crab trap I have no clue. The total size was so big that it filled the trap and was in there eating the crab and the fish carcuss.

I wonder how big a tank I would have to have to get a Giant Pacific Octopus? :shock:
 

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bolty said:
http://www.fishforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1980

that is a got to watch, i posted it on hear B4 but no1 replyed to it :|
Gee..I must have missed it.:mrgreen:
 

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pretty entertaining video! :D
 

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:shock: Woah!
I think a really cool looking octopus is the blue ring.
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.barwonbluff.com.au/
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^^^That one looks like a spider..
 
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