The Rare And Beautiful Spotted Rocky Mountain Cuttlefish


That is, this one was spotted in Colorado. Many thanks to commenter Machineintelligence! More and more cuttlefish are being released into the wild!

Now I want pics of these in the wild!

Comments

  1. Trebuchet says

    Are those anything like Rocky Mountain Oysters? Or the Pacific Northwest Arboreal Octopus?

  2. Cuttlefish says

    More the latter, I think, Trebuchet–they apparently drop down and latch onto unsuspecting vehicles.

  3. Cuttlefish says

    I can’t put one on my own car until I am assured that there are enough out there to protect my identity. So get one, dammit, F!

    Oh, and a shirt, and a mug, and a book, and…

  4. says

    Aha! Cuttleifsh! I have just driven cross country with the cuttlefish proudly displayed – and somewhere in south Georgia, we were flagged down by a carful of young fellows at a red light. They were smiling, thumbs up and pointing to the back window! :-D I tried to get a look at their own back window but there was a sudden flurry of traffic and I couldn’t pay attention.
    Looks like you have fans in Georgia!!! I am so excited! I have half a mind to order more stickers and keep them in the glovebox so I can hand one out the window if that ever happens again! :D

  5. Cuttlefish says

    Yay! If the other Georgians want to ‘fess up, that would be ssooooooo cool! Meanwhile, hey, you survived Georgia, which is no small feat! (I keed, I keed!)

    Seriously, though, this makes me so happy…

  6. carlie says

    Finally had nice weather to apply sticker. Went to carefully-set-aside place where sticker was. Spouse had “cleaned up” and has no idea what it was or where it went, which means it went straight in the trash. *headdesk*

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