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[Article]: Deep Sea Cephalopods by Tintenfisch

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TONMO.com staff member and Auckland University of Technology research associate Kat Bolstad (Tintenfisch) has written an article for TONMO.com about deep sea cephalopods, complete with photographs and links to related video clips. This is must-read material for all TONMO'ers.

Deep Sea Cephalopods: Introduction and Overview

Thanks T!
 

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Aw, thanks, guys! Glad you enjoyed it. :roll:

Phil said:
Will you be setting us questions later?
As in, will there be a test? I suppose I could collaborate with Tani on essay ideas, for those who really miss their college days...
 

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Sample test question:

"If a sub-mature Mesonychoteuthis with a mantle length of 2.35 meters departs Wellington for Auckland at 1pm, at a base speed of 15 knots, and a mature Architeuthis with a mantle length of 2.25 meters departs Auckland for Wellington at 1:30pm, at a base speed of 5 knots, how much time will they have to take tea together before arriving at their mutual destinations at 6pm?"

Oop. Just triggered a bad flashback. Excuse me

(runs to bathroom)

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