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August 18th 2014 - Gavan Cooke, Bangor University

I first fell in love with zoological sciences after quickly devouring Charles Darwin’s ‘On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection’ whilst serving on the modern (and presently last) incarnation of the HMS Beagle. 155 more words


Life in the deep

Last night I was watching a documentary that detailed the dissection of a giant squid in order to learn more about the elusive creature. Very few live giant squid have been seen in action. 422 more words


Baby Cephalopods <3

It’s been a while since I’ve posted any amigurumi…I’ve been out of ideas! I am planning to make some more in the future, but in the meantime I thought I’d post about some amis I made about a year ago, that for some reason never made it to my blog. 388 more words


Pickled Octopus

We put the crab pot out to try and catch crabs while moored in Fame Cove, Port Stephens NSW. No luck with crabs but we didn’t go away empty handed, we did get an octopus. 184 more words


The Cephalo-Pope

Friends, Cephalopods, lend me your ears…or statocysts!So, a group of my friends has long entertained the idea of this squid hat being the hat of the Cephalo-Pope.  241 more words


Octopus cyanea at the Harlow Gallery

From July 11th to August 2nd, my painting Octopus cyanea will be on display at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, Maine. It is part of the… 169 more words


it’s knit woven

I was looking at my shirts the other day and wondering why they are different. This might be common knowledge to most people, I don’t know. 290 more words