That awkward moment when a sentence doesn't end the way you think it octopus.
I read a fascinating story about giant squid with my tutee last week and it made me want to have a Tentacle Thursday. So here it is...
Stirrup jar with octopus, ca. 1200–1100 b.c.e.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
from 20000 Lieues Sous les Mers (Jules Verne's 20000 Leagues under the Sea)
by Calyn W.
A cat dressed as a woman tapping the head of an octopus
by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 1797-1861
by Marjan Kluepfel
Coming out of the water
by Rococco LA
by Eve Lynch- Kraken Mosaics
"Poulpe Colossal" attacks a merchant ship
Pierre Dénys de Montfort (who heard descriptions of French sailors reportedly attacked by such a creature off the coast of Angola)
by Victor Hugo
* These would make cute octopus valentines
* The making of an octopus lamp
* A fun idea for making inflatable sculptures (one example is a squid)
* A handmade octopus mug
* Working on printable tentacle parts
* Origami squid instructions