I work with ten legged animals that are hard on the outside and that live in the water. I watch what they do, and sometimes I look at their brains to see how they do it.
Some of my animals are all girls, and don’t need boys to make babies. They are very interesting, and many people like to keep them in their homes, but could be a problem if they are let go in the wrong place.
Some of my animals live in very very small rocks along the edge of the water, and go through it almost like it wasn’t there. I check out where they live, how big they are, and what colour they are.”
— Zen Faulkes, invertebrate neuroethologist.