Nautilus is a marine mollusk with a coiled, many-chambered shell. It is also called the chambered, or pearly, nautilus to distinguish it from the argonaut, or paper nautilus is an unrelated mollusk of somewhat similar appearance.
WHAT'S INSIDE: MARINE LIFE
- Corals & Jellies
- Starfish & Related Organisms
- Other Marine Life
Unless you've butchered an octopus, you might assume that it's as red-blooded as you are. And you'd be wrong. Why are octopuses the original blue bloods?
When we say someone is as slippery as an eel, it's not a compliment. But maybe eels get a bad wrap. They're slimy, but they have their reasons.