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    Freshwater moray eels?

    Discussion in 'Sharks / Rays' started by Icedkore, Apr 13, 2006.

    1. john_lord_b3

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      Here, these lovely polyuranodons are being kept with freshwater stingrays, they belong to my friend in Indonesia, and they are eating bloodworms.

      Sorry I don't know about brackish water octopus. In fact never heard of any brackish-water cephalopod, except for a hearsay that a species of small squid ("Brief Squid") sometimes enter estuarium.

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