Does anyone know if cuttle fish like to lay eggs in the same place that they were born- the way turtles do? I'm asking because around this time last year I found a bunch of cuttlefish eggs under an old tyre, last week I found another bunch under the same tyre, same position. Do cuttles usually all hatch together? This time when I saw them (15-20 eggs) about half looked deflated, a few of the deflated ones looked ripped open. Instead of being in a neat bunch they were sort of spread out and a few had even floated outside of the tyre. What do you guys think happened to the eggs- just not viable, predator or hatched? Is there an animal known to eat only the cuttle eymbro and not the outside of the egg?