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Meet the newest critter in our Tentacles special exhibition:...

Meet the newest critter in our Tentacles special exhibition: The broadclub cuttlefish! This second-largest member of the cuttlefish family gets its name from it’s two club-like tentacles, which it uses to strike and grab prey. Thank you to staffer Jim Perdue for the photo!
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