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[Cuttlefish Eggs]: Lazarus, Nib, Blot and Rorschach - Sepia bandensis journal

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Mine are 1.5 months and about 1.5" long. They eat like crazy, including frozen foods. I'm really really hesitant to release them, but I'm wondering.
 

DWhatley

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Gut feel, go ahead and release the kraken. The tank will be small enough (mine was also a 40 but not the shallower breeder style) to be sure each gets fed but give them more room to swim.
 
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I released the first 2 this weekend, and the second two this morning. Everyone seems to be adjusting well. They tend to hide very well in the rock work during the day but actively prowl around the front of the tank at night.
 

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