He's here....The FedEx driver was fish friendly and kept him at the front of the truck with him. We opened and saw arms flailing out of the water. Started dripping with him in the bag, walked away for 2 minutes, came back and he was gone. Followed the water trail and finally found him in one of my bowls I use for my salt tank that happened to be on the floor. He was covered in hair. I picked him up and put him back in the container the bag was in and poured the bag water in with him and now we are dripping yet again. He was only out of the water for minutes, and of course I panicked, calmed down and once I followed his trail, thank G I found him. Just checked on him and he did try to blow my finger away from him. So far so good...... After having the pleasure to experience over 15 octopuses over the years in my home, today was definitely a first on lessons of what not to do. Don't ever leave them dripping even for a minute unless you have them securely in their bag or container. Don't populate their tank with crabs until you are sure they will eat those crabs. Trying to relocate 20 or so small crabs that keep pinching your new octopus while he is in freeze mode trying to figure out where he is, is pure torture not only to me but to Ickaly. First I had him in a large net away from the floor of the tank. When I realized these crabs are smarter than I am, I had to run out to purchase a critter keeper until I am sure all are removed. His freeze mode is his arms raised in the air. Very strange. I'm not sure what he is though.