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cephs: Article with Peter Godfrey-Smith (TONMOCON IV speaker) @BoraZ MT: Octophiloso


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Sep 4, 2006
Gainesville, GA
The ceph world, around the world gets smaller:

Click here for a direct link to the new article about Peter (TONMO:PGS) recent octo experiments

Godfrey-Smith spends nearly every summer in his native Sydney. His love of diving in the city’s harbor bore scientific fruit when he captured a rare photograph of gloomy octopuses (Octopus tetricus) mating and published his observations of the event in a short paper with marine biologist Christine Huffard of Conservation International Indonesia (Moll Res, 30:81-86, 2010). Godfrey-Smith started teaching himself about octopus biology, focusing on their nervous systems and brains.
and for those of you who not remember Peter met up with JuggleMat to observe his group at the scallop bed.

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