Sorry for the lack of posts recently. There hadn’t been much to report, since basically everything was proceeding well: Cuttles were eating, including frozen foods and steadily growing. However, this weekend, after consulting with some other cephalopod keepers I decided it was time to release the krakens into the main display tank. So far, everyone is doing well. They prefer to hide when the lights are on and it’s very difficult to spot them as they’re only about 1.5 inches long. But when the lights go out, they’re very comfortable prowling around at the front of the tank.
Before I let them out, last week, I managed to capture a video of Laz grabbing a shore shrimp: