Explore Albino Octopus, Smartest Animals and more!

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Adjusting to a new work schedule has pretty much killed the list for the moment, but hopefully this should change soon. In the meantime, I've been busy with the art, and have put a few things up on Flickr.: -Chris

Keeping an eye out... by Seth Patterson: Eyes of the Peacock Flounder. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/633387421304312/  #Photography #Peacock_Flounder

Keeping an eye out... by Seth Patterson: Eyes of the Peacock Flounder. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/633387421304312/ #Photography #Peacock_Flounder

Mouth Wide Open: Whale Shark via whale-shark.org: Despite the fact that it can open its mouth to almost 5' wide and has about 300 rows of tiny teeth, the whale shark is a filter feeder and dines on plankton, krill and algae.   #Whale_Shark @whaleshark_org #Photography

Mouth Wide Open: Whale Shark via whale-shark.org: Despite the fact that it can open its mouth to almost 5' wide and has about 300 rows of tiny teeth, the whale shark is a filter feeder and dines on plankton, krill and algae. #Whale_Shark @whaleshark_org #Photography

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Octopus- Have better designed eyes then humans, with no blind spot. However they are colourblind. They are exceptionally clever animals. Octopuses can learn, they can process complex information in their heads, and they can behave in equally complex ways.

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