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Just Pulling Your Leg

A few years ago Octomom was all the rage in our news.  Can you imagine?  A woman gives birth to octuplets!  Then last May we heard about Octogoat, a young goat born with eight legs in Croatia!  371 more words


Pickled Octopus Salad with Lime Aioli

Restocking the boat with fresh fruit and veg is always a challenge. What fruit and veg will stay the freshest the longest?… that sort of thing. 313 more words

Pickled Octopus

Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini)

When I was in sixth grade, our class got to spend a week at the Vancouver Aquarium. It was a fantastic experience; we got to play our flutes for the belugas, feed the sea otters, and spend a week of school at an aquarium. 522 more words


Cephalopod Takeover

Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8
1/200 sec
ISO 200

Our museum here in Brisbane likes to dress up occasionally, when there are special exhibits ongoing.  There’s a marine life  (Deep Oceans) one ongoing that I keep forgetting to go to.   33 more words



Yes, I used both a hashtag and the word ‘selfie’ in the same sentence! :) I saw All About Ami’s post inviting you to let your amigurumi take over your phone and I just  70 more words


Cephalopod (se-fə-lə-päd)

When we were in California, we visited the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. Their special exhibit was Tentacles: The Astounding World of Octopuses, Squids and Cuttlefishes. 165 more words

Greek Roots

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