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  1. Haliphron atlanticus spotted on Greg B's nautilus cam

    Haliphron atlanticus spotted on Greg B's nautilus cam

    From Greg Barord, as posted to our FB page: the elusive and rare, Haliphron atlanticus, better known as the 7-armed octopus! So many cool organisms down in nautilus country! - gjbarord
  2. Clem

    Squid Body From Whale Stomach

    :shock: As Steve O'Shea has noted in his posts about squid beaks from whale stomachs, it's rare to find an intact giant squid in Physeter's GI tract. I've never seen a photo of such a find, so I was very excited to find the attached image. Cool Antarctica is a site run by a very sharp...
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