Thought I would introduce myself and why I joined today. I live on South Coast of the UK and been a aquarium keeper for about 25 years, I currently have a 900l reef tank and I am completely obsessed with this hobby and particularly attracted to anything odd ball or unusual. I live right on the coast, the sea wall is my garden wall. This afternoon I found something in my garden and could not believe my eyes! I am guessing a bird dropped them? One of the eggs is clear and inside is a live baby cuttle, could see its fin whizzing about around its mantle, it did a little circle in the egg too. It appears to be holding the yoke in its tentacles. The rest of the eggs looked inky black but a little dried out but plumped up once I moved them into my quarantine tank, so fingers crossed the little guys will make it. Been reading everything I can on rearing cuttlefish, which is how I found this site. Can anyone tell how long it will be before they hatch and chances of surviving after such a adventure?