Cephalopodoptera by Vladimir Stankovic

When the deep aquatic Cephalopodoptera species was discovered, scientists believed they had finally found that long sought-after missing link between mollusks and insects. Vladimir’s natural history details the myriad forms of the glow-y sea moths that glide through the inky black depths of forgotten underwater fathoms. Prints are available at etsy.

Artist: Behance / Tumblr

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