Cephalopod with cyberpistols » « Episode XLVI: Early morning on the road, but you guys keep talking! Friday Cephalopod: Momma sowing eggs among the corals Sepia latimanus Figure from Cephalopods: A World Guide (amzn/b&n/abe/pwll), by Mark Norman. Share this:PrintEmailShare on TumblrTweet Cephalopod with cyberpistols » « Episode XLVI: Early morning on the road, but you guys keep talking!
Sniny! Yay, Friday!
This might brighten your day:
The best thing — the absolute best thing — about watching the butchered, Americanized version of the Life series on Discovery is listening to Oprah talk about cuttlefish sex and cuckoldry.
That is, I pay attention when I can stand her reading-to-little-children delivery.
David Attenborough, dammit!
Finally–I thought I would have to ring up some calamari from the seafood restaurant if I didn’t get my Cephalopod fix soon.
Glen Davidson says
Looks like gardening.
Agi Hammerthief says
crap, that reef looks dead
I think the coral is Porites
Janet Holmes says
I am just home from snorkeling in Fiji. The reefs are completely destroyed. Well almost, there is the occasional live coral but it was really quite depressing. And other people saw a cuttlefish but I missed it, sigh.
On another topic, when I hear scientists talk about the health benefits of genetic engineering I always think, bugger that, I want skin like a cuttlefish! Just imagine it, how could anything be cooler than being able to make your skin flash all those fabulous colours? And when I’ve got that I want to be able to see in ultraviolet as birds do.
How hard can it be?