Tasty octopus pulp!
Sea Devils #21, February 1965,
from DC Publications. "Arms to Spare" cover.
More octupus art, links, and tidbits at Octopia.
(Via Scribbling Woman)
A heartwarming story of a mother who wouldn't give up on her eggs.
Last June, the octopus laid tens of thousands of eggs in her ALaska aquarium. It usually takes 6–8 months for eggs to hatch, but it seems to be taking longer because of the colder conditions.
Aww, look at the baby octopus!
Sadly, "Aurora's fate, though, is sealed. Giant Pacific females usually die about the same time as their eggs hatch, mostly because they stop eating for months and spend their energy defending their eggs."
(Via Collision Detection)