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Sep 09 2011

Friday Cephalopod: Flying right at you

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  1. 1
    theophontes, feu d'artifice du cosmopolitisme

    Wow, that is beaaaaaaauuuuuuuuuuutiful!

    (Starts calculating size of aquarium needed)

  2. 2
    Glen Davidson

    The text on the link is rather messed up. But it did get me to look up the etymology for “squid,” which is thought to possibly be a sailors’ variant of “squirt.”

    Here, though, it just looks magnificent, a cephalopodan version of the manta ray’s graceful “flight.”

    Glen Davidson

  3. 3
    ChasCPeterson

    Squid, whose real name is Wu Quarry Bay, also known as squid, cuttlefish or squid,the squid cephalopod Mollusca purpose animal. Squid will encounter enemies in order to “jet” as a way to escape, waiting for an opportunity to leave, hence the “squid”, “squid” and other names. Pigment in their skin a small capsule will with the”emotional” and change color and size.

    now that‘s Science Communication.

  4. 4
    Olav

    It seems to look cautiously curious. Of course I am probably a bad reader of squid expressions.

  5. 5
    Dhorvath, OM

    Err, did you see where my friends went? I think they were over here somewhere.

  6. 6
    Andrew G.

    Dang. With that title I was expecting a flying squid.

  7. 7
    Inaji

    Beautiful, curious squid!

  8. 8
    [email protected]

    flying squid!

  9. 9
    proterozoic

    “Come at me, bro!”

  10. 10
    macallan

    So that’s what cthulhu spawn look like.

  11. 11
    coyotenose

    That’s no moon…

  12. 12
    Sili

    I do believe in angles.

  13. 13
    Sili

    *angels, even.

    What can I say; I’m a maths teacher.

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    macallan

    Actually it does look kinda like Hello Cthulhu

  16. 16
    marcusa1971

    Look out! It’s coming right for us!

  17. 17
    Tom Hail

    I like flying things.

  18. 18
    scooterKPFT

    It’s Flying, it has noodley appendages, I’m thinking this is some proof of supernatural visitation.

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