Coffee & Tentacles

It will feature my fondness for coffee and tentacles.
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rhamphotheca:

Baby Flamboyant Cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) in egg, Negros Oriental, Philippines
“Although still inside of its egg, these flamboyant cuttlefish were still able to flash dark purple if something got too close. when they are born they will be ready to hunt and change color on their own...”
photograph/comments by Dan Geary
(via: Project Noah)

rhamphotheca:

Baby Flamboyant Cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) in egg, Negros Oriental, Philippines

Although still inside of its egg, these flamboyant cuttlefish were still able to flash dark purple if something got too close. when they are born they will be ready to hunt and change color on their own...”

photograph/comments by Dan Geary

(via: Project Noah)

(via zooophagous)

nationalaquarium:

“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” - Jacques Cousteau
Photo by J. Bryan Barnes 

nationalaquarium:

“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” - Jacques Cousteau

Photo by J. Bryan Barnes 

(via zooophagous)

whatthefauna:

Bobtail squid are tiny nocturnal cephalopods that only reach about 2 inches long. In the daytime, they use their tentacles to bury themselves under the sand and remain undisturbed.
Here is an awesome video of one burying itself.
Image credit: Alexius Sutandio

whatthefauna:

Bobtail squid are tiny nocturnal cephalopods that only reach about 2 inches long. In the daytime, they use their tentacles to bury themselves under the sand and remain undisturbed.

Here is an awesome video of one burying itself.

Image credit: Alexius Sutandio

(via pyjamazombie)

unexplained-events:

Dr. Tsunemi Kubodera, with the help of his partner Kyoichi Mori was one of the first scientist to film the giant squid in its natural habitat. They relied on sperm-whale paths to find this squid, as sperm-whales prey on giant squids.

Scientist have learned that the giant squid uses a more agressive hunting style than they thought.

Just imagine what else is still out there.