How Spineless of Us

It has come to our attention that there is a serious shortage of posts featuring baby blobby cephalopods hitching rides on hermit crabs. So here you go.

Squid pro quo, Shannon J.



  1. Need COXCU…I can barely make out what the blob is.

  2. Any chance of a blob-hance?

  3. fleurdamour says:

    It’s the ‘school’ bus!

  4. I second sugitomo’s request for a COXCU.

  5. squid-HANCE!

    hmm. the remote must be broken…

  6. It’s like an aquatic Oxygen Jones

  7. Buddies2 closeup

  8. itsy

  9. 260Oakley says:

    I must remember to download this week’s cephalo-podcast.

  10. Well, octopuses are smart. This one is clearly demonstrating that, getting transportation with no effort.

    By the way, the word “octopus” is derived from the Greek, not the Latin. So plural forms like “octi” or “octopi” are incorrect; just add the “s” (or in this case “es”) at the end like you would most other English words. The more you know!

  11. 6rabbits says:

    My fav shot is of the leetle cephalopod clinging to the glass peering around her array of itsy-bitsy bubble-like suckers! squeeee! 🙂

  12. thought it was octopodes?

  13. emmberrann says:

    Me, too, TL, me, too.

  14. Not. that. cute.

  15. Alice Shortcake says:

    I beg to differ. Little beady eyes are little beady eyes, whatever the species.