Is it possible for a mysid shrimp to attack and wound a 14 day old cuttlefish? I came home to see what looked like one of my cuttles eating a mysid shrimp, only to see the shrimp swim away a couple seconds later and what looks like a chunk missing in between the eyes and the tentacles of the cuttle. He showed some peculiar swimming habits after, unlike what any of the others have done so far. He also keeps bumping into the side of the net breeder he's in now. I started off with 7 two weeks ago, and lost one the following day, my guess is due to the local fish store feeding them live brine. As soon as I got them I started them on mysids, and I also tried amphipods but they weren't very interested in those. I read about stocking density of live feeders to cuttles should be about 2 to 1, but the only way I got all of the babies interested in feeding was stocking about 30-40 mysids in the breeder net with the cuttles. From what I can tell they aren't meeting their feeding quota of about 2 mysids a day, especially for 2 weeks old. i think they're lucky if they get 1 a day currently. From watching them, they seem to miss their prey with their feeder tentacles 95% of the time.