If I observe two particles that are entangled enter two different blackholes and wait, will there eventually be 2 entangled photons radiating out of the black holes or do the black holes take posession of the entanglement as the 2 particles enter their respective black holes and said black holes stay entangled until one of them or both have totally evaporated regardless of what happened to the original "owners" of the entangled state? If the Black holes are entangled because of the original particles, what happens if one is bigger than the other? How can one of them evaporate quicker than the other one if they are entangled? Or perhaps, would the bigger one evaporate faster in order to "die" exactly at the same time as its entangled smaller blackhole? But then if one entered a supermassive black hole and the other a micro black hole with perhaps a trillion years difference in life expectency this would not make much sense... I could also be very wrong by believing that 2 entangled blackholes behave like 2 entangled particles (the entanglement). Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions. Lancaster.