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Overview and Background

The Atlantic - So You Know, This Is How to Incubate Baby Cephalopods in a Soda Bottle

Say you find yourself, as one occasionally does, in need of incubating some baby cuttlefish. Say you don't have a lot of money, as one occasionally does not, to do the incubating of said cuttlefish....

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 ScienceFriday - This cuttlefish dazzles

Internet chatter suggests that the flamboyant cuttlefish—known for ambling along the seafloor and flashing brilliant displays—is toxic. What does the science say?...

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WIRED - Absurd Creature of the Week: Cross-Dressing Cuttlefish Puts on World’s Most Spectacular Light Show

BEFORE WE HAD the luxuries of modern science, folks used to believe that every land animal had a counterpart in the sea. So in the depths there naturally must be sea cows, sea unicorns, and even sea pigs. By that logic, there must also be sea humans, and if we’re going to get specific, I’d like to nominate a sea hipster: the cuttlefish...

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Drum and Croaker - 2014

THE BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS, LIFE CYCLE, AND SYSTEM DESIGN FOR

THE FLAMBOYANT AND PAINTPOT CUTTLEFISH, Metasepia sp., CULTURED

THROUGH MULTIPLE GENERATIONS

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Advances in Cephalopod Science: Biology, Ecology, Cultivation, and Fisheries (coauthor)

Marine Biology series-addresses major themes of growing research interest in the field of cephalopod research. The book is composed of four chapters incorporating the latest advances in biology, ecology, life cycles, cultivation, and fisheries of cephalopods. Each chapter is written by a team of internationally recognized authorities to reflect recent findings and understanding....

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Alert Diver

An Alien Invasion


If Mack and the boys stumbled out of John Steinbeck's Cannery Row and down the street into the back door of Monterey Bay Aquarium, they might mistake it for the clandestine hatchery of an alien invasion force...

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