Ceph Rabbit Trails

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  1. DWhatley

    DWhatley Cthulhu Staff Member Moderator

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    While looking for a ceph ring :smile: I found this. A bit wierd/arty but interesting:

    http://www.ectomo.com/index.php/category/octopus/
     
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    Animal Mother Architeuthis Supporter

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    Quite amazing. I love it. Thanks for sharing it!
     
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    sorseress Colossal Squid Supporter

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    That's really neat! What great amimation!
     
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    Did anyone scroll down the page and see the video of the japanese kids show? odd....but then again, we used to have the polka-dot-door and the Hilarious House of Freightenstein.....kids shows of the 70s and 80s were all odd. But nice find :smile:
     
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    I did not investigate the site further and there are numerous interesting things to be found there :oops:
     
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    NONCeph but Staff related

    Another rabbit trail (looking for an old interview for Linda where Roy pronounces Abdopus and aculeatus :razz:) brought this 2001 video up in my scan. Be sure you have an hour as it is a nice interview style lecture by Roy about mantis shrimp as well as thought about becoming a marine biologist.

    I did finally find a video of Roy talking about the A. aculeatus mating observations and gives pronounciation (but not the one I was looking for)
     

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