Awe inspiring evolution

Love this. Might say it’s awesome. I’ve always connected my interest in environmentalism to my experiences of being in awe of a scenic vista. A little more abstract is the connection of hearing great music and realizing the years of practice of the musicians, and the generations of passing down the techniques.

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Nice. Makes sense to me. Now I’m off to find some footage of those monkeys.
But first, I could help but notice this on the side bar.


Enter the magical world of Cephalopods, some of the most interesting creatures on earth.

Talking about shapeshifting. The Cephalopod has that mastered.

How intelligent are they actually, relative to their environment? Natural selection found an alternate survival mechanism from all other ocean dwellers.

They are truly earthly aliens with a different evolutionary path from all other Eukaryotic animals.

You bring up cuttlefish, who seem even more amazing than octopuses, True Facts About The CuttleFish:

Or for the details about the brain that directs these characters, see:

Published online 2018 Jul 20. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2018.00952
Front Physiol. 2018; 9: 952.
Shuichi Shigeno, Paul L. R. Andrews, Giovanna Ponte, and Graziano Fiorito

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