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Things to Think About Before You Get An Octopus as a Pet by Nancy King Nancy is a member of the TONMO.com staff -- you can discuss cephalopods...
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By Colin Dunlop - 2003 Discuss this article in our forums: Cuttlefish Care When is a fish not a fish? Em... okay, er... em... It's not a funny...
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by Colin Dunlop Opening notes... Since this article was originally written it has been necessary to rewrite parts of it. There have been...
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By Colin Dunlop National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 1-800-273-8255 Available 24 hours every day There are some references to octopuses and...
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By Nancy King, 2003 What Is Octopus Ink? Inking Octopus by Steve O'Shea The ink of the octopus, or any cephalopod, is composed of highly...
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An analysis of the size of the largest cephalopods: Architeuthis and Mesonychoteuthis Authored by Dr. Steve O'Shea and Dr. Kat Bolstad Steve and...
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By Nancy King "Ollie", about 9 months old -- Photo by Nancy King Description O. bimaculoidesis a medium sized octopus, reaching a mantle size...
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By Colin Dunlop November 2003 (also appears in the February/March 2004, Issue - 16 of Marine World Magazine) ”The most commonly seen cephalopods...
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By Nancy King Nancy is a member of the TONMO.com staff -- you can discuss octopuses and more with her in our Cephalopod Care forums. What is an...
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Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Fossil Octopuses Fossils of octopuses are by far the most...
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Introduction Imagine yourself standing on a bleak windswept Ordovician shore. It is 470 million years ago and you are standing on a rocky...
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Covering Terminology used in the Description of Externally Shelled Cephalopods (Nautiloids and Ammonoids) By Kevin Bylund Note: Kevin welcomes...
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