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Synonyms for cuttlefish

ten-armed oval-bodied cephalopod with narrow fins as long as the body and a large calcareous internal shell


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The drilling at Cuttlefish has been postponed, which is not a good development.
South Australia is home to some of the worlds most amazing marine plants and animals; our waters boast colourful marine sponge gardens, the iconic leafy sea dragon, the giant Australian cuttlefish and marine mammals such as Australian sea lions, whales and dolphins.
I was given the opportunity to create the banners and really enjoyed it but when Cuttlefish told me they were going to put them up, replacing the ones they had with mine I couldn't believe it," said the 19-year-old Loughborough College IT student.
Blue Planet II examines the love lives of cuttlefish
TEHRAN (FNA)- Engineers invented stretchable surfaces with programmable 3-D texture morphing, a synthetic 'camouflaging skin' inspired by studying and modeling the real thing in octopus and cuttlefish.
Pizzas on offer include the capricciosa (turkey ham, artichoke, olives and mushrooms), pescato di mare (prawns, calamari, mussels, cuttlefish and octopus), etna (beef pepperoni, chilli flakes and onions), the vegetarian (grilled courgette, aubergine, onion, bell peppers and mushroom), and more.
The present season beings about the annual migration of the native giant Australian cuttlefish, which is one of the most spectacular events under the water - and it is absolutely unique to South Australia
While researching the limits of polarised vision of octopuses and cuttlefish, Dr Temple realised that he could see the outline of the polarised images that he was presenting to cephalopods on a specially modified LCD screen.
While most of this research has been conducted using octopus and cuttlefish species, there has been relatively little work on squid.
Known for its fish, especially sardines and cuttlefish, once you are passing through the village you can stop by one of the restaurants to have a bite of grilled cuttlefish.
Called Stubby squid, or Rossa Pacifica, the squid resembles more of a cuttlefish than a common squid found splashing in the Northern Pacific region of Japan and southern California.
The giant cuttlefish Sepia apama Gray, 1849 is the largest cuttlefish in the world, approaching a weight of 5 kg (Okutani 2015), mantle (or main body) length of 500 mm and total length of 100 cm when fully grown (Norman 2000).
Tonight, he's up close and personal with a Komodo dragon, and has his first encounter with a flamboyant cuttlefish in Indonesia.
He also rescues a three metrelong venomous king cobra, finds a poisonous fish in the seas that surround the island and meets a very unusual predator, the aptly named flamboyant cuttlefish.
And later, David attempts to cook them all a black cuttlefish ink risotto that he once ate in Croatia.