Discussion in 'Cephalopod Journals' started by joefish84, Sep 18, 2007.
Hey, this is good! It's a webcam of a Giant Pacific Octopus and it was actually swimming around.
Found another good link on that page - they have an article about treating a cuttlefish's eye.
http://nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/SpotlightonVetMedicine/cuttlefish.cfm and even tell which antibiotic they use.
Thanks! I forgot about this. I found it a long time ago but the camera wasn't working and I hadn't gone back since. Pretty active, I think it's shaking the camera around right now.. :)
I THINK IT JUST ATE A CHILD!!!!
oh wait that was just a reflection.... nevermind false alarm
I wonder if this camera gives any indication when it is on or not... I mean if a LED lights up or if the camera is just going 24/7. I know it's most likely 24/7 but every time I have gone to this website, the octopus is usually sitting at the top of the tank, arms dangling around the top of the water... and almost immediately comes over to the camera, 5 or 6 seconds after the screen loads.
I swear yesterday he was shaking the camera around... and just now he came over to it and put his eyes right in front of it... looking into it. I swear!!!
it's just black for me....maby it ate the camera
or the camera got attacked...like my uncle
Yeah I think it's off at the moment. Gotta look earlier in the day... or later... depending on where you are I suppose.
I've got two (children) that I will volunteer for the next round
wheres the chithulahu cam?
oooh cool! thanks for sharing. Now I have another distraction at work...
nothing pops up for me
Shouldn't have to wait for anything to pop up... should be a screen right dead in the center of the webpage with "Octopus Cam" above it. It might appear solid black. I think they must not run it after certain hours... or maybe the octopus is sitting on top of the lens :)
it's not black at all. Under the 'Octopus cam' banner i just see blank space.
Hmmm, don't know.
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