Giant Pacific Octopus
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Brandon Cole, Brandon Cole is a wildlife photographer and writer. He works mainly with sea creatures. He has photos of
Photographer of the Giant Pacific Octopus
He has a degree in marine biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
- over 20 species of whales and dolphins
- marine mammals
- fishes and invertebrates from tropical coral reefs to cold water kelp forests
- scuba diving
- and many other marine subjects.
He has worked with the National Park Service, the University of California, and the Australian Institute of Marine Science.
Now he explores one of the planet’s last frontiers, the world beneath the waves.
He travels all over the world. His favourite places are
He lives in land-locked Spokane, WA, USA with his artist wife Melissa who is the diver swimming with the octopus in the book.
- the coral reefs of Indonesia
- the Galapagos islands
- the South Pacific
- and the icy waters of British Columbia and Alaska.
Besides the photo of the octopus, he also took the photo of the kelp forest in the book, Amazing British Columbia
You can see more of his photos on brandoncole.com. (Opens in a new window)
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Books About OctopusThese is what I read in books about the giant Pacific octopus.
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- Cannings, Richard (2000) "Natural History of BC Overview" in Encyclopedia of British Columbia Daniel Frances (Ed.). Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing. p. 488.
- Harding, Mike (2000) "Octpus" in Encyclopedia of British Columbia Daniel Frances (Ed.). Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing. p. 510.
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