Hi All... I set up my octopus tank awhile ago, and just yesterday after the tank was completely mature, I brought home Gidget, my new tiny little Bimac. 6 of the legs look pretty short compared to the others, almost like as if they were cut off. But from what I've read about cephalopod vitality, that shouldn't be too much of a problem. It's really small, about 4 inches long arm to long arm, and all alone in its 37 gallon with oversized wet-dry and oversized skimmer. As soon as I acclimated her, she crawled up onto my hand and I put her in the tank. After lingering for a bit, she shot off, landed on a big piece of live rock, chaged to the same color and pattern as the live rock, crawled into a hole, and I haven't seen her since. I have a large about of live rock in the tank, some really big pieces that make a cave and a lot of smaller ones for Gidge to decorate herself. All of the small pieces are scattered on the bottom so she won't go dropping one on herself. It's been along while since I saw her and I put a little clam in the water to see if it would lure her out, but I haven't seen any movement at all, not since I dropped her in there. She wasn't white or anything then. Is there anything I should do? Or just get used to having an empty looking tank?