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2012 Eight Arms Cellars The Colossus, Cabernet Sauvignon eightarmscellars....

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Grins and Fins: Meet the Sociable False Killer Whale

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Spirula is the only genus of squid with an internal shell, a relic of their ammonoid ancestors. When Spirula die their fragile shells float to the surface and are collected on the beaches as "rams horn shells" - this one is encrusted with barnacles.

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Giant Fish Sculptures Made from Discarded Plastic Bottles in Rio

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Paper Fish by Diana Beltran Herrera

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Atlas d'Histoire Naturelle

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Uranoscopus asper Schl [Uranoscopus asper Temminck & Schlegel, 1843]

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inktvis Euprimna morsei (Verrill, 1881)

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First Contact

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Telephone Booth Aquarium

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inktvis Euprimna morsei

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under the sea

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Whimsical Street Art by Filthy Luker

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Smalltooth Sawfish

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Bougainvillia superciliaris with Hyperia galba

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Octopus

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Glaucus Atlanticus Sea Slug

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sunfish

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the kraken by Chad Person - made out of US currency

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Pierre Belon Drawing from the sixteenth century. BibliOdyssey.

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Ice Diving

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The Argonaut & The Tentacle from Eight Arms Cellars. www.eightarmscell...

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DESKTOP JELLYFISH TANK Can someone get this for me?

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My what big eyes you have!

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OK. it's not a cephalopod, but the Lion's Mane Jellyfish is amazing! 7'6" wide in the bell and had 120' tentacles.

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