Happy Cephalopod Week! The weird and mysterious nautilus is a cephalopod, just like octopuses, squids, and cuttlefish. But how similar are these shelled critters to their relatives? Curator and paleontologist Neil Landman gives seven ways that the nautilus is unique among its evolutionary neighbors.
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