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She's awesome! She's eating ghost shrimp at the moment, but I have saltwater shrimp in the mail. At night, she likes to sit near the surface and strike at floating bubbles, it's pretty funny. Trying to get her to eat frozen, but no luck yet.
She has settled in a lot. I gave her a shrimp this morning and she stalked it, just crawling over the rocks, then crouching behind them with only her eyes poking out. It reminded me of when my cat stalks bugs. When she finally decided to eat it, she swam up to it flashing black and white lines then snatched it up. All this was probably totally unnecessary, but I enjoyed watching it.
She's so much fun to interact with, she just watches and depending on how I move, she changes colors, textures and the orientation of her tentacles. I wish I knew what it all meant, but I'm starting to recognize the "I'm annoyed, get away from me" pattern.
When I was feeding her last night, she grabbed the tweezers along with the shrimp and refused to let go. So I pulled her out of the water a little and she shot a jet of water half way across the room, hit the LCD picture frame. Then she continued to gnaw on the tweezers. All I can say is I'm glad that wasn't my finger.