Series:Smithsonian Science How webcasts, which are designed to connect natural history science and research to upper-elementary and middle-school students.
This video features Dr. Mike Vecchione, a NOAA zoologist at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Learn about octopods and squids, members of the remarkable group called "cephalopods." Learn about their biology and find out how Mike uses technologies, including telepresence and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), to study cephalopods in the deepest ocean. See how he is learning about species rarely or never seen before.