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Cephalopods

With the Introduction of the new Camera, I had noticed that there were certain things that managed to appear with each submersion, and more prominently took the form of Octopus and Cuttlefish. 698 more words

Diving

Our Noble Cousin: The Octopus

The octopus is curious, adaptable, playful, mischievous, friendly and expressive—just like us. Peter Godfrey-Smith’s book, “Other Minds,” explores the brilliance of these creatures and the deep origins of consciousness. 1,305 more words

Octopus Vulgaris from Turkey

Frozen Octopus Vulgaris

Origin :Turkey/Mediterranean Sea

Available Sizes :1000 -2000 grs

Flowered or Block Frozen

Beated or Natural Frozen 41 more words

Octopus Vulgaris

Frozen Loligo Vulgaris

Frozen LOLIGO VULGARIS

Origin Indonesia

Available Sizes:

Frozen on board & Frozen in Land

U-3 and  3-6 43 more words

Cephalopods

Tertiary cephalopods or where did all the ammonites go?

Most geologists will be familiar with Palaeozoic and Mesozoic cephalopods, but their Tertiary counterparts are much less well known. It isn’t that Tertiary cephalopods are rare as such – at some localities they can be quite common – but their diversity is extremely low. 2,456 more words

Fossils

Chants, Cephalopods and Citadels: The etymological bridges to Amman

A common thread that binds together hearts among disparate groups of Jews, Christians and Muslims is an assenting Amen. Whether reciting the Sūrat al-Fātiḥah in Islamabad’s contemporary Faisal Mosque, shouting praises in unison with 16,000 stalwart congregants in Houston’s mega Lakewood Church, or chanting a kaddish prayer in Budapest’s neo-moorish Dohány Street Synagogue on Yom Kippur: we humans often discover comfort, confidence and closure via our universal dual-syllabic expression of pious harmony. 620 more words

The Soul of an Octopus: Book Review

The Soul of an Octopus
by Sy Montgomery
I got this one for my wife, for two reasons: first because we both read and loved Montgomery’s book The Good Good Pig, and second because she loves octopuses. 616 more words

Book Review