Hi all, I have a question about octopus eggs in an aquarium. But to be clear, no, I don't have an octopus in a tank! I have a children's novel about an octopus coming out in Summer '25, and I'm working on some revisions now. I'm wondering if an octopus lays eggs in a tank (which of course would have a lid), would the eggs be stuck to the underside of the lid? I have the characters in this wildlife center continuing to offer food to the mother octopus, even though she's not likely to take it. Then it occurred to me that it might not be possible to do that without harming the eggs, if they're attached to the lid of the aquarium. I don't name the species in the book but this is on the TX Gulf Coast, so it'd probably be a common octopus.