If you pay even a little attention to the news, you'll know that earlier last week, there was a dangerous situation where an owner of exotic animals (tigers, monkeys, lions, wolves) decided to let his 56 animals out of their cages and then killed himself with a shotgun. The local police had to hunt down the wild animals -- tranquilizing did not work (apparently one of the lions or tigers became enraged) so when necessary they killed the animals to protect the public. A few dozen animals died, fewer survived. Apparently at least one monkey was killed and eaten by one of the lions. Obviously, this is resulting in a lot of people looking at the laws in place that allow people to keep exotic animals. I think it's easily possible that some of the output of the ongoing analysis could end up impacting cephalopod keepers. Anyone have thoughts on that?