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  • The Blue Ringed Octopus (BRO)

    The only animal on the planet that doesn’t make its own venom. The Blue-Ringed Octopus (BRO) or Hapalochlaena maculosa lives in tide pools and coral reefs. They can often be found in the south coast of Australia, from Western Australia to eastern Victoria. Over time natural selection picked the BROs that is the color closest to the color of their environment. This helps the octopi blend in with their environment and become harder to see. When relaxed the BRO is light beige, blending in with the environment, but it can change color to better fit its environment (Brandon Saavedra, The Blue Ringed Octopus, blue ringed octopus). This unique animal is also one the most venomous animals in the world. If the BRO feels threatened, its skin will expand…

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  • Blue Ringed Octopus Research Paper

    Blue-Ringed Octopus The blue-ringed octopus, despite its small size, carries enough venom to kill twenty-six adult humans within minutes. Their bites are tiny and often painless, with many victims not realizing they have been envenomated until respiratory depression and paralysis start to set in. No blue-ringed octopus antivenom is available yet, making it one of the deadliest reef inhabitants in the ocean. Blue-ringed octopuses are one of the deadliest animals in the sea. Through their…

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  • Blue Ringed Octopuses Research Paper

    1 The blue-ringed octopus is one of the ocean’s most fascinating octopuses. There are four different types of blue-ringed octopuses confirmed. Instead of being divided by their sizes, they are divided and named by the distinctive patterns and amount of rings on their bodies. The four confirmed species are the southern blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa (found only in Australia), the greater blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena lunulata, the blue-lined octopus, Hapalochlaena fasciata,…

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  • Cladriah Felweaver Short Story

    Grinding the herbs up together as she placed them into the bubbling potion. The potion turning blue. “Almost done.” Using the Nightborne techniques, she had extracted leyline energy. She let the ley energy float into the potion. When finished, the potion, shimmered. The water now white and purple. She capped the potion and put in the aging shelf. The shelf was chronologically altered. The potion rapidly aged as the unstable energies calmed down allowing it to be drinkable. Lilith pulled the Ley…

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  • Frank Louis Allen Live I Analysis

    connects together perfectly no matter what the object is transitioning into. Allen uses mainly a black marker in his drawing adding very little color though out the drawing to help make certain parts stand out more. Each drawing is very difficult to describe without saying the word “crazy” because there is a lot to one piece. In Live I there are a lot of animals and various faces with color placed in areas of small detail. He adds small red dots on an octopus and in various areas he adds grey…

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  • Octopus Essay

    world of the octopus and describe her journey in her book “Soul of an Octopus”. Montgomery describes her journey from the beginning, giving readers facts and information about these interesting invertebrates, and describing how she developed a strong bond to these animals that are seem so unlike to herself. She started at the New England Aquarium, where she met and befriended 4 octopuses thought the course of the book. For this book report, I will focus more on the life of one of the octopuses,…

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  • Pacific Northwest Tree Octopuses

    The Pacific Northwest tree octopus (Octopus paxarbolis) can be found in the temperate rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula on the west coast of North America. Their habitat lies on the Eastern side of the Olympic mountain range, adjacent to Hood Canal. These solitary cephalopods reach an average size (measured from arm-tip to mantle-tip,) of 30-33 cm. Unlike most other cephalopods, tree octopuses are amphibious, spending only their early life and the period of their mating season in their…

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  • Visual Aglisia Research Paper

    According to the movie, color vision is not something a person automatically born with, it develops the first three months after a child is born. The child is able to see different colors as an infant and able to categorize the colors even though they haven’t learn any language. The way that people process color and language are congruent. Language can structure how the brain structure the visual world. The right side of human brain process the color categories. In the English world, there are…

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  • Edvard Munch And Frida Kahlo Analysis

    Munch used an analogous colour scheme featuring complementary colours and predominately earthy colours. This is evident in the sky where the bright swirling orange complements the revealing stoke of teal blue. The texture portrayed appears to be smooth due to the soft swerved lines as compared to the rough appearance of the sea. The sea is created using analogous colours, which include deep greens, earthy greens, navy blue and sky blue that slightly contrasts with the hint of orange and beige.…

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  • Formal Analysis: David Bourdon And Gregory Battcock

    about with both the content we see and the content we understand. This painting ranges from duller colors such as soft blues, greens, and browns to pure yellow, red, and white. On the right side we have David Bourdon, a well put together businessman is what he appears to be depicted as. Neel uses these colors to represent a more “conservative” character as opposed to Gregory Battcock on the left. Bourdon is represented as a more traditional man almost trying to go under the radar in the sense…

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