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    Maybe a couple. I could even learn some from you!! My daughter taught me a trick the other day and she is only 4.

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    I tried to load three photos of my tank, but the site says that I exceed my limit... Not sure what's going on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris85 View Post
    Maybe a couple. I could even learn some from you!! My daughter taught me a trick the other day and she is only 4.
    My kids ( 7 & 8) are constantly teaching me something...the limits of my patience.

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    I know that feeling!! You have to have a photo hosting site. Like photobucket. I think I am using Flickr and it has worked so far.

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    Chris85,

    I found a scientific article that claims O. Mercatoris prefers shallow (less than 5 meters) water seagrass beds and can be found under rocks and within empty shells. I read in another thread that you know of some seagrass beds around Galveston. Would you be willing to show these to me? I'd like to explore them during the day to see if we can find a few of these animals.

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    Sure let me see if I can take a picture of my Google earth I have a few of them pinned. The grass bed that I manage is only in about 2ft during summer and6in to mostly exposed for the winter. Like I said I have been to this spot about once a week for a long time and no octopus. The only thing I ask is if you see any trash pick it up please. And maybe if you see any seagrass plugs washed up stick them back in the mud.

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    Sounds fair enough to me.

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    Hunting DSB critters in Galveston Bay with video, directions, and map!

    Best I can do for now!!! The map brings you right to it. There are a few oyster reef there. They are native american shell shucking sites.


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