I bought a leftover Reimu and her koyukkuri to raise. Seems like mother Reimu could feel that the room didn't feel quite right. The hungry ko-Reimu cried out loudly from hunger. If they don't get nutrients on a regular basis, they would not be able to move. The ko-Reimu had become immobile. After thinking, Mother Reimu had allowed the ko-yukkuri to suck out her own paste. Reimu glanced between her constantly crying koyukkuri and the empty space above the aquarium. 3rd day.It seems like the mother Reimu had eaten her. Relieved of the source of her stress, mother Reimu decided to go poo-poo in the corner of the room. The expression that filled her face is a long awaited happy full smile. While they were sleeping, I put them into a transparent box.After waking up, mother Reimu began to move around with high spirits.She stopped in the middle of the room. So after that, the two Reimus wandered about the box aimlessly for a bit before sleeping off in the dcorner. A few hours later... Before the body reaches a certain size, it is necessary for the koyukkuri to eat a large amount of food. But this room had absolutely no food for them to eat. Mother Reimu was a bit preplexed by this situation. And a few more hours later... They continued sleeping for countless minutesHer belly full, the ko-yukkuri slept on, seemingly satisfied and happy. Stress!!!!2nd dayBut the mother sitting aside her had none of the happiness on her looks. She had no expression on her face. Mother Reimu seemed worried about giving so much to the ravenous appetite of her koyukkuri. (not sure)With the unending crying of the koyukkuri, frowns began to appear on mother Reimu's face. When I woke up in the morning and looked in the aquarium, I couldn't find the koyukkuri's body anywhere. And then, Mother Reimu moved to the far side of the room away from the poo-poo.