Just watch. Cuttlecap tip to @OnyxOny, via twitter. “Like a lactose-intolerant cheesemaker, the cuttlefish is unaware of its own gifts.” Wonderful.
Category Archive: Cephalopods
Oct 31 2013
Feb 18 2013
I can’t help but feel like a bit of a peeping Tom. But on the other hand, it really is gorgeous. Especially starting around the 3 minute mark, if you are in a hurry. This one is a bit less subtle in its choice of music, and a slightly different angle, but the same scene–
Dec 24 2012
Dec 11 2012
Chris Clarke, over at Pharyngula, gives us the “real story” (that is, the lamestream media cover-up) of a massive Humboldt squid stranding near Santa Cruz. He shows his hand, though, in his choice of headline. As someone privy to the inner circle of cephalopodian machinations, I am offering you the *real* story. (I am stunned …
Nov 16 2012
That is, not quite Black Friday (or CyberMonday) yet. But I’ve been tweaking the store just a little bit, so consider this a soft opening. Let me know if there are any problems. There are the regular Cuttlefish With Quill t-shirts and such, the best mug in the world (and matching glassware, if you like), …
Oct 13 2012
Robot Octopus. Two words that are awesome together. I want a robot octopus To play with in the pool To go for walks on rainy days And follow me to school To count upon its tentacles And help me out with math To find my rubber ducky When I lose it in the bath I …
Oct 09 2012
I got busy and missed the beginning (yesterday), but it’s not too late! I have not seen a lot of hullaballoo this year, but the NC Museum of Natural Sciences Blogs reminds us that October 8-12 (strange, it’s usually 8-10) are Cephalopod Awareness Days. Among other things, this means the Cephalopod Awareness Days at Noadi’s …
Jun 22 2012
This one, right here. Best mug ever? This one.