Also other cephalopods

jilliantamaki:

My interpretation of the most famous (although, in reality, curiously minor) scene from Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under The Seas, available this Spring from the Folio Society.

jilliantamaki:

My interpretation of the most famous (although, in reality, curiously minor) scene from Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under The Seas, available this Spring from the Folio Society.

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(via Absurd Creature of the Week: Cross-Dressing Cuttlefish Puts on World’s Most Spectacular Light Show | Science | WIRED)

(via Absurd Creature of the Week: Cross-Dressing Cuttlefish Puts on World’s Most Spectacular Light Show | Science | WIRED)

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(via drinkmasturbatecry)

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(via Under the Sea Embroidery Pattern PDF by littledear on Etsy)

(via Under the Sea Embroidery Pattern PDF by littledear on Etsy)

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successisnotanoption:


This painting costs a mere $1,200. There is no reason for you to not buy it for me.

successisnotanoption:

This painting costs a mere $1,200. There is no reason for you to not buy it for me.

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(via Legion of Allegiance — Half Acre Beer Company)

(via Legion of Allegiance — Half Acre Beer Company)

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(via My Vintage Avenue !!! 50’s and 60’s illustrations !!!: Le Royaume De La Mer illustrated by Rojan, 1948.)

(via My Vintage Avenue !!! 50’s and 60’s illustrations !!!: Le Royaume De La Mer illustrated by Rojan, 1948.)

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t-price:

still tryin’ to figure out the right look for this project.

t-price:

still tryin’ to figure out the right look for this project.

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(via holly camp illustration *)

(via holly camp illustration *)

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(via Photo by lizzlopezart)

(via Photo by lizzlopezart)

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"Remarkably, Crook and colleagues have only recently shown that cephalopods have nociceptors at all. She has also found that octopuses show much of the pain-related behaviour we see in vertebrates, such as grooming and protecting an injured body part. They are more likely to swim away and squirt ink when touched near a wound than elsewhere on their body. Squid, though, may feel pain very differently. Shortly after a squid’s fin is crushed, nociceptors become active not only in the region of the wound but across a large part of its body – extending as far as the opposite fin. This suggests that if it feels pain, rather than being able to pinpoint the location of a wound, an injured squid may hurt all over."

Source: newscientist.com

(via Mushrooms, Kittens and Tentacles | The Bizarre World of Yuko Higuchi | Spoon & Tamago)

(via Mushrooms, Kittens and Tentacles | The Bizarre World of Yuko Higuchi | Spoon & Tamago)

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(via Mushrooms, Kittens and Tentacles | The Bizarre World of Yuko Higuchi | Spoon & Tamago)

(via Mushrooms, Kittens and Tentacles | The Bizarre World of Yuko Higuchi | Spoon & Tamago)

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(via Citrus Sculpture Festival Inspired by 20,000 Leagues under the Sea - My Modern Metropolis)

(via Citrus Sculpture Festival Inspired by 20,000 Leagues under the Sea - My Modern Metropolis)

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(via Nemo Gould’s Kinetic Cephalopods | MAKE)
videos at source!

(via Nemo Gould’s Kinetic Cephalopods | MAKE)
videos at source!

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