Gazing into my tank, watching the Sea-Monkeys glide by in a random minuet, they remind me of a school of...bugs. But I digress.
All in all, the Sea-Monkeys have done little of interest since the onset of maturity. There have been no babies and apparently no deaths since last week.
Romeo is still grasping Juliet about the hindquarters, but his own nether regions are not in proximity to hers. He's stuck playing piggyback in the Twilight Zone, and I'm guessing the game stopped being fun a LONG time ago. Since Juliet is by far the larger of the pair, I'm sure she regards him as no more than a trailing nuisance at this point.
The rest of the Sea-Monkeys are going about their little lives as usual. Males and females appear in roughly equal numbers. Muck rooting is still the favored pastime, followed by surface skimming. Food does not seem to particularly excite them, although a good bubbling with a straw stirs them into increased activity for a number of hours.