The Museum & Sea Life Collection: Sepia sp, Cuttlefish Most Intelligent of All Marine Invertebrates Sepia pigment dye used for old photos Real Framed Ocean Nautical Art Diving Specimen Sug Retail $90
Species: Sepia sp
Native origin: Eastern Atlantic Ocean
Common name: Cuttlefish
Interesting Trait: A brown pigment released by the Cuttlefish when alarmed was used as a dye for early sepia photos.
Frame size: 9″ x 11″
Frame Color: black
wood Frame: Finest Handmade Museum Quality Sealed Shadowbox Display with Picture Hanger Included.
Glass: UV Blocking Museum Grade Conservation Glass to Prevent your specimen From Ever Fading.
Background: Name & Origin Printed on Old World Style Parchment with a gray reverse mat background that is surrounded by a white mat.
Description: Recent studies indicate cuttlefish are among the most intelligent invertebrates. Cuttlefish also have one of the largest brain-to-body size ratios of all invertebrates These would be a great addition to any natural ocean, nautical decor, Scuba Diving or fishing collection.