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  1. Beyond Extinction:  The Eternal Ocean (Wolfgang Grulke)

    Beyond Extinction: The Eternal Ocean (Wolfgang Grulke)

    With good cause, the past 20 years has seen an explosion of articles, publications and books dealing with the impacts of climate change. Wolfgang Grulke's beautifully illustrated Beyond Extinction: The Eternal Ocean - Climate change & the continuity of life explores the organisms throughout...
  2. Haliphron atlanticus spotted on Greg B's nautilus cam

    Haliphron atlanticus spotted on Greg B's nautilus cam

    From Greg Barord, as posted to our FB page: the elusive and rare, Haliphron atlanticus, better known as the 7-armed octopus! So many cool organisms down in nautilus country! - gjbarord
  3. Mark Carnall

    Let's make living fossils extinct

    Let's make living fossils extinct Mark Carnall Guardian Lost Worlds Revisited Blog Some shameless self promotion but thought it would be of interest to the community for every time nautiluses are described as living fossils (I also couldn't help reference cephs given the chance). I've had a...
  4. gjbarord

    Nautiluses FINALLY Being Proposed for Protection!!!

    Hi All, The United States along with Fiji, Palau, and India are formally proposing that Family Nautilidae be listed under the CITES Convention and adopted in Appendix II. This is a huge step in Nautilus Conservation. This would significantly increase the reporting of nautilus importing and...
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