I have had my Octopus briareus for 2 months now. He was about 6 inches across when I got him and how he is at about 14 inches long, 2.5 inch mantle, and arm thickness at a1/2 inch. I alternate his feeding with frozen silversides, fiddler crabs, and blue crabs. The problem is he hardly ever comes out unless enticed by food. He is still very wary of people. Although he will sit and stare at me from time to time, he will glide away within 10 seconds back to his den. I have never come home to find him stuck on the glass waiting for me, or perched on a rock or anything like that. His enrichment involves the hunting for live food and different shells I drop in so he can redecorate his home. I have slowly changed his feeding time from 9PM/10PM to about 6PM/7PM to get him used to daylight. If he doesn't feel like coming out to get his fish-on-a-stick, he'll pull it into his den and I don't get to see him that night. I don't always feed him exactly the same time every single day... Could this be a problem? Am I also expecting too much too soon? I assumed he would be more sociable by this time If anyone has any suggestions to what I am doing wrong or could do differently... . please let me know.