herbaljabbage:

squidfriends:

Another fun Comic Book style squid up for sale at Etsy.

These are so funny and creative! I love the cuttlefish covered in owls!

I super love that comic squid right that is adorable

AND OMIGOSH THEY HAVE A HE-MAN SAYS HEY PRINT OH NO OH NO

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18
Oct
rabidwerewolfie:

captain-jane-schway:

neuroflux:

thaxted:

genderphobia:

Omgggggg cuuutiiieee

I didn’t believe this picture so I google image searched “octopus in a shell” and oh my god this happens all the time.










they even carry coconut shells around with them!

PRECIOUS

I love octopi! And these pictures are just so adorable.

rabidwerewolfie:

captain-jane-schway:

neuroflux:

thaxted:

genderphobia:

Omgggggg cuuutiiieee

I didn’t believe this picture so I google image searched “octopus in a shell” and oh my god this happens all the time.

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they even carry coconut shells around with them!

PRECIOUS

I love octopi! And these pictures are just so adorable.

(Source: spidervillainy)

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7
Oct

archiemcphee:

Breaking news from the Department of Awesome Cuteness: The Birch Aquarium at Scripps in San Diego, CA has just witnessed the hatching of a baby Nautilus. Holy cats, that is one powerfully cute cephalopod. Welcome to the world, little one!

"This little guy or gal was a long time in the making. The egg was laid in early November of 2012 and the hatching process has taken weeks… all leading up to last Wednesday, when it finally emerged! So far, the hatchling appears to be doing well. However, raising a baby Nautilus is both an honor and challenge because only a handful of aquariums have had the opportunity."

Visit ZooBorns to read more about this tentacular development and check out photos of the hatching process.

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21
Aug
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4
Aug
underthevastblueseas:

Photo by Boyd Forrest
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27
Feb
alongthereef:

Blue Ring Octopus

Let me tell you about deadly deadly creatures
Let me tell you about the time my art teacher banned me from bringing things I baked to class

alongthereef:

Blue Ring Octopus

Let me tell you about deadly deadly creatures

Let me tell you about the time my art teacher banned me from bringing things I baked to class

(Source: theoceaniswonderful)

Reblogged from saintofbeasts
13
Aug

(Source: sobro11)

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13
Jul
nudiemuse:

talldarkbishoujo:

shut-up-nanako:

missbananafish:

mysinmysoul:

Look at that fancy octopus. Where are you going, Fancy Octopus? Are you hitting up the octopus clubs? Can I come with you?


Clubtopus 

the club can’t even handle this octopus.

FANCY

nudiemuse:

talldarkbishoujo:

shut-up-nanako:

missbananafish:

mysinmysoul:

Look at that fancy octopus. Where are you going, Fancy Octopus? Are you hitting up the octopus clubs? Can I come with you?

Clubtopus 

the club can’t even handle this octopus.

FANCY

(Source: dubsex2myfuckstep)

Reblogged from saintofbeasts
5
Jul

(Source: octopoda)

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14
Mar

archiemcphee:

Kawaii!! All hail the awesome Bobtail Squid! 

 Pictured above are Berry’s Bobtail Squid (Euprymna berryi), photo by Rokus Groeneveld, and a Striped Pyjama Squid (Sepioloidea lineolata), photo by Tony Brown.

ferrebeekeeper assembled a fascinating post all about Bobtail squid, who are closely related to another awesome creature, the cuttlefish:

With huge expressive eyes, tiny little tentacles, and opalescent skin, bobtail squids look like they were designed by a Sanrio artist having a strange day. Sepiolida cephalopods appear to be all head (they are also known as dumpling squid or stubby squid because of this shape)–and their large rounded navigation fins, which stick out like Dumbo’s ears only add to the impression.”

“There are approximately 70 known species of bobtail squid living in the shallow coastal waters from the Mediterranean, to the Indian Ocean, to the Pacific.  To quote the Tree of Life Website, “Members of the Sepiolida are short (mostly 2-8 cm), broad cephalopods with a rounded posterior mantle.” The animals are gifted hunters which eat shrimp, arthropods, and other small animals which they chomp apart with a horny beak at the center of their arms. During the day, bobtail squid bury themselves in the sand with only their eyes protruding and then they hunt at night.”

Visit ferrebeekeeper to learn more about and view more photos of the awesome bobtail squid!

So cute

Reblogged from archiemcphee
19
Feb
archiemcphee:

We here at the Geyser of Awesome love cephalopods and we just learned something new and awesome about them:
Do you know what baby cuttlefish are called? They’re called … wait for it … Cuttlets! 
The Tennessee Aquarium is carefully watching over a brood of tiny cuttlefish hatchlings, each one small enough to fit comfortably inside a quarter teaspoon. 
Learn more about the ridiculously cute cuttlets over at ZooBorns.

The cutest. THE CUTEST.

archiemcphee:

We here at the Geyser of Awesome love cephalopods and we just learned something new and awesome about them:

Do you know what baby cuttlefish are called? They’re called … wait for it … Cuttlets! 

The Tennessee Aquarium is carefully watching over a brood of tiny cuttlefish hatchlings, each one small enough to fit comfortably inside a quarter teaspoon. 

Learn more about the ridiculously cute cuttlets over at ZooBorns.

The cutest. THE CUTEST.

Reblogged from archiemcphee
1
Nov