Hi Guys! I brought my first cephalopod home today. It's an S. bandensis, less than an inch long (so around 2 weeks old, right?) It got home without incident, and started feeding immediately, which surprised me. It took a brine shrimp and then a small shore shrimp, which it ate all but the head of. After this, it rested on a piece of live rock, using two of it's tentacles to anchor itself on the live rock while the head and mantle drifted around a little bit in the small current After a few hours of resting in various spots, it swam into the water column and paced the walls of the breeder box. However, it then went up near the surface, and hovered less than 1 cm away from the water surface. Now, I read that this is a bad sign. However, when I put my head over the top of the tank to look at the cuttle, it went back down to midwater seemingly to avoid me. Should I be worried about it hovering near the surface?