The giant cuttlefish fades and dies after mating. Somehow they maintain a little dignity in dying.
The venerable Mark Trail has a couple of strip this week for your F:riday Cephalopod” posts:
Read this article “New Finding Revealed that Mosasaur Gave Birth to Young Ones” at http://www.naturearchive.tk/2015/04/new-finding-revealed-that-mosasaur-gave-birth-to-young-ones.html
I love that cuttlefish show some level of intelligent behavior, although, the giant cuttlefish is a little scary looking. I like the small ones best.
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