• Welcome to TONMO, the premier cephalopod interest community, and birthplace of #WorldOctopusDay and #CephalopodAwarenessDays. Founded in 2000, we are a large community of experts, hobbyists and enthusiasts, some of whom come together when we host our biennial conference. To join in on the fun, sign up. You can also become a Supporter for just $50/year to remove all ads and enjoy other perks. Follow us on Twitter for more cephy goodness.
Hidden eye
Cephaloogler

Hidden eye

Right top corner, look closely and just as menacing is an eye staring back at you. I have found the fossil will show through any hidden or covered body part, recessed or gilted depending on many factors after death. Is cephy 65,000,000 y/o? Or older?
Not sure if these are really fossilized octos but they are definitely what I call, "octo rocks" that are easily identified as an octopus when searching for one in an aquarium.
 

Media information

Category
Cephalopod Fossils
Added by
Cephaloogler
Date added
View count
139
Comment count
1
Rating
0.00 star(s) 0 ratings

Image metadata

Aperture
ƒ/2.8
Focal length
3.5 mm
Exposure time
49995/1000000
ISO
110
Filename
IMG_20200526_120339789.jpg
File size
908 KB
Date taken
Tue, 26 May 2020 12:03 PM
Dimensions
1600px x 1200px

Share this media

Top