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The Cephalopod Page
The Cephalopod Page is the personal web page of Dr. James B. Wood and has been online since 1995. The goal of TCP is to provide an accurate, interesting and educational content oriented page devoted to the most active, intelligent and interesting invertebrates known - the Cephalopods.
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Octopuses Smart Suckers
Article Octopuses are Smart Suckers By Jennifer Mathers and Roland Anderson - A Man and Mollusc Page
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Advanced Introduction
Advanced Introduction to Molluscs A Man and Mollusc Page
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BeginnerS Introduction
A Beginner's Introduction to Molluscs By Sammy Snail A Man and Mollusc Page
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Tonmo.Com
The Octopus News Magazine Online Your Octopus, Squid and Cephalopod Information Center
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Aqua Facts
Vancouver, BC Canada Aquarium's Aqua Facts Cephalopods
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Zpi - The Typing Octopus
Stories on cephalopods
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BC Creature Page
British Columbia Creature Page Explore The Animals That Live Under British Columbia's Ocean Waters
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Resource Center For Cephs
National Resource Center for Cephalopods - Cephalopod Information Resources This is primarily a guide to print resources. We also have graphical information resources on our PhotoVideoDrawings page.
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National Resource Center For Cephalopods
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Cunning Creatures
Plunging into the ocean world with a deep-sea camera, filmmaker and biologist Mike deGruy brings you face to face with some of the most INCREDIBLE SUCKERS of the ocean the cephalopoda, or "head-foot." Octopi, squid, cuttlefish, and other denizens of the deep are shown in their natural habitats, some for the first time ever.
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Incredible Suckers
NATURE - PBS Educational site on cephalopods - Virginia, USA
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Octopus The Great Mollusk
"OVERVIEW -Also known as the Devil-Fish due to the terror their strange appearance caused early sea-farers the Octopus or Eight Footed cephalopod refers to the Genus Octopi, which are members of the Phylum Mollusca of the class Cephalopoda, order and family Octopoda... "
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Cephalopods In Action
Article Cephalopods in Action Young R.E., M. Vecchione and D.T. Donovan. 1998 The evolution of coleoid cephalopods and their present biodiversity and ecology
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Smithsonian
Smithsonian the National Museum of Natural History Cephalopods at the National Museum of Natural History. Multimedia appendix to traditional scientific publications on squids, octopods and their relatives
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Cephalopod Page FAQs
The Cephalopod Page FAQ The Cephalopod Page FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) is based on some of the more interesting or common questions and comments that I have received via email, since the inception of The Cephalopod Page.
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Cephalopda Studies
Cephalopda Studies by Scientist Dr Mark Norman, Research Fellow, University of Melbourne, Andy Dunstan and Tracy Medway, Undersea Explorer. In depth knowledge to gain here yet its easy to read and most enjoyable.
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Australian Cephalopod Reasearch
Research on Cephalopods - "The cephalopods include the octopus, nautilus, squid and cuttlefish that are the most highly developed of all invertebrate groups. This class of molluscs have well developed nervous system, brain and eyes, with octopus being the subject of experiments where they successfully solved problems. ..."
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The Cephalopod Chronicles
The Cephalopod Chronicles Follow the adventures of stuffed toy octopus. Pictures galore. A just for fun site
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Marine And Fisheries Science
Marine and Fisheries Research GroupResearch on Cephalopods, Marine Mammals, Marine Biology and Fisheries - University of Aberdeen, Scotland
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CIAC...
Cephalopod International Advisory Council - CIAC Founded in 1983, the aims of CIAC are to stimulate, accelerate and influence the direction of cephalopod research, to provide help and advice on aspects of cephalopod biology, including those relevant to the management of the increasingly important cephalopod fisheries, and to spread information on past and current research.
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National Geographic Videos
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Tree Of Life
Cephalopoda Cuvier 1797 Octopods, squids, nautiluses, etc. by Richard E. Young, Michael Vecchione, and Katharina M. Mangold (1922-2003)
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Archerd Collection
The class, Cephalopoda, includes the Chambered Nautilus, cuttlefish, squid, and octopus, as well as fossil ammonite and other fossil forms. It is a very diverse class, with 600 living species and more than 7500 fossil species.
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About.Com
About.com Here is a collection of Cuttlefish, Nautilus, Octopus and Squid image resources that can be helpful in identifying these marine Cephalopods, as most include name information and often some notes with the pictures.
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Cephalopods Of Hawaii
Cephalopods of Hawaii by Ronald R. Holcom, Great pictures!
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The Jet Set
The jet set The anatomy of swimming in cephalopods
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Beautiful Photos Of Cephalopods
Some very interesting photos

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Hierarchy Of Cephalopods
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Animal Diversity Web
Animal Diversity Web Cephalopods There are approximately 650 to 700 extant species of cephalopods in two subclasses and five orders. Cephalopods are strictly marine and are found in all of the world's oceans.
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