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Is this abnormal?

Brock Fluharty

Haliphron Atlanticus
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Picture?

I don't mean to startle you, but when I found dead ones, their eyes were bulged, and the pupils seemed very distinct. Usually you have to look closely, but you can see them clearly when they are dead. They look blank. A picture will help.
 

micstarz

Blue Ring
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Ai that startled me quite a bit! He;s definitely not dead, though. Just sulking. I figure it's probably just like that when he "pulls" his tentacles downward so his eyes seem to bulge...
 

micstarz

Blue Ring
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Alright :D Thanks

He seems really bored and unstimulated. I think I need to start searching around for a similar sized cuttlefish to keep him company.
 

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