As some of you may know from my cuttlefish journal, I am currently raising 5 bandensis babies. They are a month old now. I have them housed in small plastic breeder containers, which are floating in the main tank. I am keeping them in pairs, except for the largest, which has a container all to himself. Soon they will outgrow the breeders, so I am thinking ahead about the next step in housing them. They are still way too small to consider releasing them into the main tank. So here are a couple options I have thought of, if someone with more experience raising baby cuttles can give me some insight into the pros/cons of each choice so I can figure out what would be best for the little guys. One idea is to separate each baby into its own container, so they would be less crowded. That would allow me to monitor each baby more closely, but I don't know if there would be a higher risk of fighting when I re-introduce them in the future. Another option is to put all the babies into a HOB fuge to grow them up a little. I like the idea of raising them all together, but it would be harder to monitor each cuttle, and I don't want to risk cannibalism. But seeing as how I plan to breed them eventually, would it be an advantage to raise them up together? Maybe it does not make much difference either way. Any thoughts/ideas are much appreciated!