Oceans Like us / octopi

 

Gimme shelter, says your new neighbor, the urban – Anthropocene

DAILY SCIENCE City life may suit the world’s largest octopus species, according to a new study from researchers in Seattle. The study is a rare look at how urbanization affects marine organisms. It suggests that the sea, too, has its synanthropes – wild species that live in, and even benefit from, human-dominated landscapes.

Octopi* Wall Street

Wade sez, “This cartoon appeared in U.S. Money vs. Corporation Currency, ;Aldrich plan’ by Alfred Owen Crozier, published by The Magnet company in Cincinnati, Ohio.” *I have one (1) delicious knuckle-sandwich here for the first wisenheimer to engage in octopi/octopuses pedantry. “Octopuses Wall Street?” Really? (Thanks, Wade!)

Octopi Wall Street!

This lovely piece of art, by graduate students Laurel Hiebert and Kira Treibergs with artwork by Marley Jarvis, made the rounds last week. We are thrilled to have been given permission to post it on Deep Sea News!

 

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