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Lights-out After Midnight
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https://cosmosmagazine.com/biology/how-the-octopus-got-its-smarts

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a large octopus is 3 inch tall [skin].it is -2.3 feet above a 6 feet tall 8 feet long and 4 feet deep clear tank. it leans 30 degrees to the northeast.the eye of the octopus is .2 inch tall [texture]. a sky blue light is 1 inch above the octopus. the sand of the tank is white. a small rock is -3 feet above and -3 feet right of the tank. a 1.6 feet tall coral century plant is left of the rock. a ginger is left of and behind the century plant. a coral light is above the century plant. the ground is tile. the camera light is dim. 1st 5 feet tall [metal] workbench is 3 feet behind the tank.a 150 feet long black wall is 3 feet left of the tank. it faces right. a 4 feet tall bar stool is right of the workbench. 2nd black wall is 17 feet behind the workbench. a lamp is -1 feet right of and -.1 feet above the workbench. it faces southwest. a orange light is -2 inch above and -3 inch right of and -2 inch in front of the lamp. a beaker is on the workbench. a 1.3 feet tall [chem] book is 5 inch right of the beaker. it faces southeast. it leans 90 degrees to the back.
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hedgehog1965 (2018) 
Nicely put together! I never knew how well 'armed' their brain power is :-)
watcher570 (2018) 
cool scene!
KAWE (2018) 
beautiful
nheiges (2018) 
fantastic scene and a really interesting article!
tane69 (2018) 
This is amazing, it should be on the front page
Nanook (2018) 
thanks everyone, I thought it was a fascinating read and I too never knew about how their brain power is. :-)
boneybird (2018) 
great! Makes me think of how amateurish our early attempts were at creating a lab environment.
Nanook (2018) 
Thanks @boneybird, I have to say we have a great group of people to learn from here and I have always looked at you as a mentor from the get go :-)
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