Well, I went to the Dallas World Aquarium yesterday. Third visit in the past year. I was very disappointed with the ceph exhibits this time. In the past they have been quite enjoyable. The first time I went the pharaoh cuttles were about 3 inches long, and they were numerous, at about a dozen or more. Last time I went, there were still around a dozen, and most of them were very active and interactive with the people in front of the display. I watched them hunt and socialize amongst themselves. This time there was only one in the tank, upon the first passing. It was very ragged looking. Scarred and beaten up in appearance, and I'm pretty sure I noticed what is called "butt-burn" as the end of its mantle was exposed, opened up, and quite raw looking. Also I noted that it was floating, barely alive in appearance. Upon a second passing about an hour later, I could not find it anywhere in the tank. There was a hand placing coral pieces in the upper rocks of the display that the cuttle was following around... so I assume maybe they removed the cuttle. It was about 14 inches long best I could tell. I did notice that the tank was covered in cuttle eggs though. Hopefully in a few months when I go back they will have babies. The GPO was inside her den, same as last time I went. Last time I noticed several hundred, if not thousand eggs strung from the ceiling of her den. This time I could only see the remains of a couple hundred eggs. She was rather lethargic, breathing slowly, and her color was almost a golden brown. I couldn't see her real well, but the eye I could see looked very dull. Considering most of her eggs appeared to have already hatched or deteriorated I doubt she will be around much longer. I really hope next time I visit there is a new life to these exhibits. They are the reason I pay to get into this place.