Zdjęcia prasowe "Ośmiornice i Kompania"

  • JMS9336 krake mm johannes-maria schlorke 180x130.jpgWith the year's theme "Kraken & Konsorten", the German Museum of Oceanography presents the fascinating world of the cephalopods. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • Meeresmuseum JM-Schlorke IMG 3930.jpgFor the natural replica of the octopus in the MEERESMUSEUM, 2,200 suction cups had to be moulded. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • krake om schlorke presse.jpgThe Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris) moves along with its eight arms and can grow up to three meters. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)
  • 090911 riesen-der-meere architheutis jm-schlorke img 9996.jpgThis almost 7 meter long specimen of a giant squid is shown in the exhibition Giant of the Sea in the OZEANEUM. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)
  • JM Schlorke JMS9200.JPGThe three original replicas of Humboldt squids are new in the exhibition Giants of the Sea in the OZEANEUM. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)
  • 100726 krake kleinbecken uli kunz.JPGKraken can see very well and can recognize the visitors through the glass of the aquarium. (Image: Uli Kunz / OZEANEUM Stralsund)
  • jms7473 vampyroteuthis presse.jpgThe model of a vampire squid in the MEERESMUSEUM is shown alternately in black light and daylight. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • nautilus-freisteller mm schlorke presse.jpgThe Nautilus is a so-called mollusc, and belongs to the class of the cephalopods and has up to 90 arms. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • krake-freisteller mm schlorke presse.jpgThe Common Octopus (Octopus vulgaris) is one of the most intelligent marine animals. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • JM Schlorke JMS8670.JPGThe Giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) has up to 300 suction cups on each of its eight tentacles. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)
  • JM Schlorke JMS8681.JPGThe octopus, which weighs up to 30 kilograms, is the living highlight of "Kraken & Konsorten" at the OZEANEUM. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / OZEANEUM Stralsund)
  • JM-Schlorke JMS9602 presse.jpgWith a bit of luck, visitors of the OZEANEUM can watch an octopus while playing. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • JM Schlorke JMS8981.JPG"Ammonite Forest" in the German Museum of Oceanography: Ammonites show a great variety of species and forms. (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)
  • JM Schlorke JMS8985.JPGGiant ammonite in the MEERESMUSEUM: 1.6 tons with a diameter of 1.40 meters (Image: Johannes-Maria Schlorke / Deutsches Meeresmuseum)