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It's also possible this this could be a really cool development. These critters can produce asexually via binary fission. I used to have one in my reef exhibit. The other morning before the lights came on, I saw four. They clone themselves and work the night shift. Pretty sure this is going to have a happy ending. The posture of the feeding tentacles as the animal pulls itself apart is a good sign.

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