A fossil of an extinct cephalopod usually with a spiral shell
A genus of gigantic squid made up of the largest known mollusks, some 60 feet long including the long tentacles
Light that’s created by chemical reactions in some organisms
The ability to keep afloat
Color, shape, or texture that makes animals, people, or objects blend in with or look like their surroundings
Sea creatures from the phylum Mollusca that share traits including a beak, a head, a mantle, arms, and in squid and cuttlefish two tentacles. Some, like the nautilus, have hard, outer shells.
A creature without a backbone. Insects, octopuses,
earthworms, and snails are examples of invertebrates.
A group of animals that have soft bodies, no spine,
and are usually protected by a hard shell.
Cephalopod mollusks with spiral shells that live in the Indo-Pacific Ocean
Neritic regions (nu-ri-tick ree-juhns)
Coastal water extending from the low-tide mark to a depth of 600 feet
An animal that hunts other animals for food
An animal that is hunted by another animal for food
A scientist who studies squid