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Ryo ✨
earthdaily:

Cangshan mountain pool (by Chelseaspray)
elenamorelli:

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theadventurechild:

Jungle/tropical blog
flitterling:

Byron Bay, Australia, by Ben Ashmole
popsealife:

The Old Ones Remember
In addition to their unparalleled powers of camouflage, octopuses are equipped with incredible powers of the mind.
Octopuses have evolved a brain and central nervous system comparable to that of vertebrates, endowing these creatures with the ability to learn through observation, and form long-term memories of their experiences. 
The remarkable mental faculties of octopuses, the most advanced among all invertebrates, has made them ideal subjects for research on neurobiology. Scientists continue to call upon the knowledge of the Old Ones study these amazing cephalopods to discover more about the processes of learning and memory.
image source: Portland Aquarium website
reference: Hochner et al. 2006.
blpt:

Wave | © | BP
foreverthel0newolf:


by Horst Winkler
teapalm:

(Tasha Marie) | Sunset on flickrisland