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Prehistoric cephalopod stubs
When marine biologist Roger Hanlon captured the first scene in this video he started screaming. Hanlon, senior scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory ...
Skintalkers: Cephalopods Rule
The anatomy of the layered skin of cephalopods has evolved to provide camouflage and communication to a degree not found in land animals.
Top 10 Creepy Prehistoric Creatures
A video I created about some really odd and unusual prehistoric creatures. Watch the video to learn more :-) It includes: Longisquama (Triassic, lizard like,...
Cephalopod, master of camouflage
You think chameleons are good at camouflage? They ain't got nothing on our underwater friends. From Nova.
Mesozoic: Episode III - Special Addition - Prognathodon Rapax vs Protostega Gigas
The third episode of Mesozoic which features two giant marine reptiles interacting with each other along with a whole host of other Late Cretaceous marine li...
Fossil Cephalopods Introduction - part 2 of 3
Cephalopods where a shelled squid like animal .It swam the Paleozoic seas , it was mere inches to 15 feet in length during the Ordovician period 440 million ...
When a populated Ocean Liner mysteriously disappears in the Antarctic, a team of professional divers head to the rescue - only to find a Prehistoric Squid wa...
Fossil Cephalopods Introduction - part 3 of 3
The largest animal on earth 440 million years ago .Cepahlopods where shelled squid like animals that swam the Paleozoic seas.
Kings of Camouflage - Documentary
Meet the cuttlefish, one of the brainiest, most bizarre animals in the ocean. Cuttlefish are marine animals of the order Sepiida. They belong to the class Ce...
Searching For Sea Monsters(full documentary)HD
http://tinyurl.com/l676y6r https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5RqeNIc2RE http://youtu.be/w2p9Jn0ZHho Imagine coming face to face with a cannibalistic creature ...
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