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    do mother octos consume their eggs??

    Hi, :welcome: I have an unidentified octo which I got from the beach during my evening walk. To my surprise it was brooding on its eggs.. I placed it in a fiber reinforced plastic tank of 150 l capacity and tried to feed it with small shrimps which it hardly consumed. To my surprise, after a...