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Hello my name is Kim. I live near Dallas, Texas.
I’m a very active member of the Dallas Paleontological Society and frequent contributor to their monthly newsletter. I am a serious amateur paleontologist and an avid fossil collector.
What got me hooked on fossil collecting was finding a 12 inch...
Good Evening All,
Just wanted to post our two new tiny Caribbean Reef Octopus we received today. We literally just got done with introducing them to their new enclosure until they're big enough to go into their new environment. They're maybe 3"-4" from tip to tip. These are the smallest octos...
Gut contents of a giant squid Architeuthis dux (Cephalopoda: Oegopsida) from New Zealand waters
By Dr. Steve O'Shea and Dr. Kat Bolstad (Tintenfisch)
Authored: May 2, 2003 / Posted: Jan. 2, 2006
Note: Steve and Kat welcome discussion in TONMO.com's Physiology & Biology forum.
K. S. BOLSTAD...
Dear TONMO community,
I'm new here so I hope this is the right place to post this message. My name is Zeke Morgan and I am a filmmaker. I have just started working on a new project about the beautiful and incredible cephalopods. In developing this project I am hoping to speak to some european...
Hi everyone! I am a life-long cephalopod fanatic and have finally released the Kraken (who then summoned Dread Lord Cthulhu) on a momentous journey to Antarctica with the largest, all-female scientists expedition. To overcome the various issues I encountered, both on the ship and after, I got...
Hello, fellow cephalopod lovers! I'm new here! C:
(First of all, a humongous thank you to this website and community! It has been beyond helpful so far with my research. Hugs to all of you!:hugs:)
I'm an animation student currently attending college. I'm based in the blazing city that might as...
'Cephalopod' bronze coffee table
$17,500.00 USD Ships worldwide from San Francisco.
Limited edition bronze of 20 - Year released - 2011
Bronze octopus coffee table dimensions:
17 1/2" H x 36" round glass.
The United States along with Fiji, Palau, and India are formally proposing that Family Nautilidae be listed under the CITES Convention and adopted in Appendix II. This is a huge step in Nautilus Conservation. This would significantly increase the reporting of nautilus importing and...
This is my limited edition bronze GPO table!
It weighs around 78 lbs. There will only be 20 casting of this piece. You can click my banner on the home page to see my website and more sculpture & furniture.
This piece weighs 78 lbs. and can be shipped world wide. It is a limited edition bronze of only 20. It can be purchased a a sculpture, or as a coffee table with the glass top.
Sculpture price: $17,000.00
Table price: $20,000.00