Octopus hand-printed linocut by mmennitt on Etsy.
Wave your tentacles in the air! Meet many-armed denizens of the deep in our Tentacles exhibition—and try to count all the suckers on our giant Pacific octopus! (Photo: Charlene Boarts)
Eight arms, two tentacles, all snuggles. Our orange squid plush is available in our Gift & Bookstore!
My, what an ancient shell you have! The nautilus is a living link to the past—this cousin of the octopus hasn’t changed much in 150 million years. To control its buoyancy, the nautilus pumps fluids in and out its shell chambers, which are connected by tubes called "siphuncles."
How many colors can you count on this kaleidoscopic bigfin reef squid? Like many cephalopods, they shift colors to attract mates or intimidate competition. You'll never see the same pattern twice!
Cozy up to eight arms with our orange octopus plush from our Gift & Bookstore!
Need a hug? Just put our wallpaper on your computer screen for your daily cephalopod squeeze!
Now on exhibit: the largest cuttlefish we’ve ever displayed! This broadclub cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) is the size of a football, and has an oversize attitude to match. “They’re pretty feisty!"
Otherworldly, unique and under pressure. The nautilus has survived for millions of years—but the future is uncertain for this animal with a sought-after shell. Come see them in our Tentacles exhibition!
Mimic Octopus wall sculpture by Kalliopi Monoyios
Octopus Tentacles Vinyl Wall Art by StreamlineDesign
Pharaoh cuttlefish © Monterey Bay Aquarium
OCTOPUS by DIMDImini
Custom Octopus Shower Curtain by redbeauty
Octopus Creature Cup by creaturecups
Nautilus shell Coral decor by graphicals
Stumpy Cuttlefish on Exhibit!
Bobtail squid by Joel Sartore.
Nautilus Copper Earrings by zephyr9
Octopus print by @lorene16 on Instagram
Hawaii Golden Ratio Nautilus Ammonite shirt by AkuaCreative