The chambered nautilus, Nautilus pompilius also called the pearly nautilus, is the
best-known species of nautilus. The shell, when cut away, reveals a lining of ...
The chambered nautilus lives in tropical waters extending from the Andaman Sea
east to Fiji and from southern Japan to the Great Barrier Reef. This animal ...
The chambered nautilus is a mollusk, related to the octopus, squid, clam and
snail. A nautilus, along with the cuttlefish, squid, and octopus, are all
The chambered nautilus is another example of an a living fossil. Nautilus
pompilius is the largest and most common of about six species known to exist.
Like the ...
In most geographic areas, the chambered nautilus migrates vertically at sundown
from depths of 610 meters (2000 feet) to 91 meters (300 feet) to seek prey, ...
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Feb 23, 2009 ... Chambered Nautilus jetting its descent back to the depths from which it came.
Its simple eyes can only sense dark and light, but the nautilus uses more than 90
tentacles—the most of any cephalopod—to touch and taste the world.
Find out what's known about Chambered Nautiluses, Nautilus pompilius,
Cephalopoda, Nautilida, Nautilidae, including their world range and habitats,
The chambered nautilus (Allonautilus and Nautilus species) is the only living
descendent of a group of ocean creatures that thrived in the seas 500 million