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Here is a lovely illustration of an ammonoid, crinoid, rugose corral, archimedes and brain corral. This is my quick depiction of a cretaceous marine environment (the ammonoid’s sutures are characteristic of the cretaceous). 42 more words

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Is an Octopus Too Smart For Us To Eat?

…The cephalopod—a spelling-bee favorite, from the Greek kephalē, for “head,” and pous or pod, for “foot,” by way of modern Latin—has been around for hundreds of millions of years.

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Why Not Eat Octopus?

October 3, 2014

By Silvia Killingsworth

Credit Photograph from Piepenburg / laif / Redux

Ben Lerner’s new novel, “10:04,” opens with a meditation on a decadent and expensive lunch in Chelsea, prominently featuring baby octopus. 1,992 more words


Is there any animal in the sea more cool than an Octopus?

An interesting question, and in my view it’s a no brainer, the answer is an emphatic no! 221 more words


A catastrophe!

So hard to focus! When war wages on in your mind! The enemy takes no prisoners! and the only relief is to keep doodling!

 Notice the sweet parabolic dunes and transverse dunes (with an arrow to show you the wind direction) down bellow!

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