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[Cuttlefish Eggs]: Officinalis Eggs Found in Garden

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:thumbsup: - and I saved screengrabs from your videos and updated the thumbnails on your vids <10 seconds. Thanks again for sharing - very cool.
 


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When they make the "V" shape with their arms, I think they are using it as a way of focusing on the prey, like the sight on a gun (at least I think that is what it is called).
 

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That make very logical sense, it's like lining them selves up for the pounce. Such clever little guys, fascinating to watch.
 

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They growing fast, double in size in a week. Their camouflage is amazing now and it's difficult to find them.
 

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