Hello all... I've meant to do this for weeks now but I've been tank side so much I haven't taken the time to turn my back to the tank to post. Well, not entirely true. I've started this post at least 3 or 4 times and ended up getting pulled away/sidetracked before hitting 'Submit New Thread'. Then I'd end up not getting back to it in a timely manner causing me to lose all that I'd already typed. Actually, I have two reef tanks (a 55gal and a 135gal) that I have ended the day soaking wet from for the last couple of weeks for various reasons. Anyway, I have little Olliegoo who I think is a male. He was pretty small when I got him about 5-6 weeks ago (I've lost track of time) and he immediately started out as some kind of performer. I had the name Ollie in mind but as he was being acclimated my daughter looked in the bucket and said, "he just looks like goo...I think he's dead." He really did look dead but just about the time I was beginning to really panic, he popped back to life! He wasn't shy or stressed but was more like, 'ha, I can't believe you fell for that...pretty good aren't I?' He's done it a couple or times since then ending with what almost seems like he's laughing at me. He doesn't hide much unless you count camouflage for the sake of ambushing his food hiding. Is out at all hours of the day or night - he doesn't seem to be particularly consistent in that respect. He is extremely curious about everything in or out of the tank. Not trying to climb out but watches me constantly and tries to follow me as best he can as I go about the room. He's in my home studio so I am there all the time... I also had to take down the overflow box because he kept trying either pull it down or go behind it. He seems to like to play on or hang from the pipes like they some kind of jungle gym. He also seems to like to do what looks like dance. I posted a video of this yesterday and if you watch it, for a size ref the triangular glass bread at the bottom of the tank is approx 1.7cm on each side. He is a little bigger now but not much. He will usually start this 'dancing' anytime I sit in front of the tank and it can go on for anywhere for 10 to 30 minutes at a time. Sometimes he stares at me so intensely as he does this it looks like he is trying to hypnotize or mesmerize me. Very entertaining. Where I got him just listed him as "octopus - various species" but said origin from Indo-Pacific. I'm not sure just how accurate that is though. What ever he is, he is delightful. It would be nice to know though and any help would be greatly appreciated. Every time I think I've figured it out, I see/read about another species that seems to fit. Not that I have much knowledge on identifying (or anything else) in the first place. There is the silly video clip I made and attached some pics of him. Or if they don't come through, they are also in my albums. Thanks for any help you can give! HappyGlassDragon As soon as they figure out how to shrink people and reverse it, I'm going scuba diving in my tank!