Penghu university team raises cuttlefish in tanks
[SIZE=-1]Taipei Times, Taiwan - Feb 1, 2008[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]National Penghu University has successfully cultivated cuttlefish in a fully controlled environment -- an achievement that could help stop cuttlefish...[/SIZE]
don't the NRCC and various others (Cuttlegirl, Thales, and Paradox, for example!) do this all the time? Not on a "farming for food" scale, obviously, though. Of course, if they've published extensive studies, it would be interesting to see if they've observed, or ideally solved, the phenomenon that was mentioned that tank-laid eggs (or was it 2nd generation tank-laid eggs?) are less likely to be healthy than wild collected ones...