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heycalacademy: Have octopus/cephalopod questions? OF COURSE YOU...

heycalacademy: Have octopus/cephalopod questions? OF COURSE YOU DO. Three hearts, blue blood, ring-shaped brains—they’re “like something from a Harryhausen movie & secretly plotting to take over the world.” On October 12 at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST, Rich Ross (senior biologist at the California Academy of Sciences’ Steinhart Aquarium) will be taking your Qs about octopus, cuttlefish, pygmy seahorses (not cephalopods, but too cute to leave out), and everything in between.
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