Reaper Cuttlefish | Sepia mestus
(by Steve Gillespie1)

Reaper Cuttlefish | Sepia mestus

(by Steve Gillespie1)



Cuttlefish | Sepiida
(by edpdiver)

Cuttlefish | Sepiida

(by edpdiver)



Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama
(by Mick’s wet)

Giant Cuttlefish | Sepia apama

(by Mick’s wet)



Common Cuttlefish | Sepiida officinalis
(by edpdiver)

Common Cuttlefish | Sepiida officinalis

(by edpdiver)



Common Cuttlefish | Sepia officinalis
(by hsacdirk)

Common Cuttlefish | Sepia officinalis

(by hsacdirk)



Reaper Cuttlefish | Sepia mestus
(by Rowland Cain)

Reaper Cuttlefish | Sepia mestus

(by Rowland Cain)



Flamboyant Cuttlefish | Metasepia pfefferi (via Chris Reschman)

Flamboyant Cuttlefish | Metasepia pfefferi
(via Chris Reschman)



Cuttlefish | Sepiida
(by FrogfishPhotos)

Cuttlefish | Sepiida

(by FrogfishPhotos)



Cuttlefish | Sepiida
(by Kumukulanui)

Cuttlefish | Sepiida

(by Kumukulanui)



Cuttlefish eating a Filefish | Sepiida eating a Monacanthidae
(by FrogfishPhotos)

Cuttlefish eating a Filefish | Sepiida eating a Monacanthidae

(by FrogfishPhotos)



Common Cuttlefish | Sepia officinalis

“Cephalopods are considered one of the most intelligent animals in the sea, and their cognitive abilities have been widely studied. Social learning in cuttlefish has been documented, and cuttlefish have even been trained in a lab to swim through T-shaped mazes.”  -

(by hsacdirk)

Common Cuttlefish | Sepia officinalis

Cephalopods are considered one of the most intelligent animals in the sea, and their cognitive abilities have been widely studied. Social learning in cuttlefish has been documented, and cuttlefish have even been trained in a lab to swim through T-shaped mazes.”  -

(by hsacdirk)



Unhatched Cuttlefish Egg | Sepiida

"Cuttlefish eggs, which are typically round or cylindrical in shape, are laid on the seabed, often attached to rocks or coral. They hatch in 1-2 months. After mating, males and females die and their cuttlebones are often washed up on beaches.”   -

(by deecfc67)

Unhatched Cuttlefish Egg | Sepiida

"Cuttlefish eggs, which are typically round or cylindrical in shape, are laid on the seabed, often attached to rocks or coral. They hatch in 1-2 months. After mating, males and females die and their cuttlebones are often washed up on beaches.”   -

(by deecfc67)



Striped Pyjama Squid | Sepioloidea lineolata

“Like other bobtail and bottletail squid, S. lineolata spend most of the day buried under the sand with only the eyes protruding. This helps them to both hide from predators and stalk passing prey such as shrimp and fish.”   -

(by Rowland Cain)

Striped Pyjama Squid | Sepioloidea lineolata

Like other bobtail and bottletail squid, S. lineolata spend most of the day buried under the sand with only the eyes protruding. This helps them to both hide from predators and stalk passing prey such as shrimp and fish.”   -

(by Rowland Cain)



Cuttlefish | Sepiida
(by DerekBrad)

Cuttlefish | Sepiida

(by DerekBrad)



Broadclub Cuttlefish | Sepia latimanus

"Broadclub cuttlefishes, Sepia latimanus, hunt during the day and appears to mesmerize prey with its rhythmic colored bands. They feed on small fishes and crustaceans.”  -

(by Okinawa Nature Photography)

Broadclub Cuttlefish | Sepia latimanus

"Broadclub cuttlefishes, Sepia latimanus, hunt during the day and appears to mesmerize prey with its rhythmic colored bands. They feed on small fishes and crustaceans.”  -

(by Okinawa Nature Photography)