Nautilus for Monterey Bay Aquarium - Nemo Gould
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Nautilus for Monterey Bay Aquarium

This is of one of three dioramas that were commissioned by the Monterey Bay Aquarium for their exhibit “Tentacles: The Astounding Lives of Octopuses, Squid and Cuttlefishes,” opening April 12, 2014. This particular piece illustrates the impact of overfishing on the Nautilus species.

Nautilus for Monterey Bay Aquarium

Year:

2014

Dimensions:

34" x 50" x 18"

Materials:

Air intake housing, truck horn, shoe stretcher, chandelier parts, chair legs, floor drain traps, juicers, vacuum cleaner impellors, meat serving platters, icre cream scoop handles, fiber optic bundles, LEDs, motors, aluminum, wood, fishing net.

Category
Creatures, Inner Worlds