Please see links below for videos submitted tonight by Dr. Steve O'Shea. These are 2-day-old Sepioteuthis, no more than 5 or 6 mm total length. Per Steve: === VIDEO 1 - An egg shot, to give an indication of the current flow required to aerate them. VIDEO 2 - This is of a group of them huddled around the surface. VIDEO 3 - Remarkable 45 degree angle the animal maintains itself at, even as a larva. The adults are more conventional, pretty much horizontal. === Thanks Steve! I paricularly like the soundtracks.