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Vampire Squid of Hell

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Behold, the might of the Vampire Squid (Vampyroteuthis infernalis)!


That is all.

Cephalopod superpowers!

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Great gallery of pics on my brethren over at New Scientist.

Squid Attack!

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Every wondered what it would feel like to have a giant squid attack and drag you down to the murky ocean depths? Of course you have. Well, wonder no more, this terrifying music from Squid Attack will make your heart palpitate and your innards churn.

Silly Kitty

This kitty knows the feeling.

Squid cake anyone?

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

Giant squid cake
Now that is one totally sweet cake (via craftzine).

Kasia also recently sent me this very cute little squid sprite: Squid icon !

Merry Krillness!

Sunday, December 28th, 2008

Hope everyone has been enjoying the festive season. The krill has been plentiful lately, so I’ve been enjoying a great feastive season.

Here’s a video of one of my more interesting brethren, the “elbowed” Magnapinna squid. Thanks to Moe for sending the link.

Ridiculously cute mini-squid things

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008

Sushi Squid Check them out here

Vegetables. They must be flung.

Saturday, June 14th, 2008

Veggie Fling

Sometimes a giant squid grows tired of krill and seaweed, and feels the urge to wrap his tentacles around something a little more earthy. Like dirt. Or things that grow in the dirt. Like vegetables. And then fling them.

Squid ties

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Spiffy squid tie

Looking for something spiffy to wear with your new shirt? Look no further. Sweet.

Squid cake!

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

Check out this delightful and colossally delicious squid-themed cake that was recently brought to my attention by (its very talented creator) Megan:

The creation process

That Ross is a lucky guy…

Look – candles and a squiddy card too!

Pretty cool huh?!

Colossal Squid at Te Papa

Saturday, May 3rd, 2008

You may be interested in the recent mutilation, er I mean autopsy of a colossal squid that occurred at New Zealand’s National Museum, Te Papa. Rest assured that this poor fellow was no direct relation of mine and that I am still very much at large.

Poor squid being dissected

While I was somewhat horrified to witness the dissection of one of my brethren, I can only hope that it has helped raise general squid-consciousness and awareness. If they wanted to know about more squid, they merely needed to have asked me.