Chambered Nautilus Duo 20 oz. sports water bottle, double walled, stainless steel, vacuum insulated* with loop-top lid. Approved by the FDA and compliant with Proposition 65. Decorated in the USA.
* What is vacuum insulation? Not only is it double walled, meaning a different layer on the inside and the outside, but it also has a layer of space (insulation) in between the two layers which are airtight (sealed). With the air vacuumed from between the two layers, the heat or cold is minimally transmitted through to the next layer, keeping the desired temperature inside the drinking vessel.
Original artwork © 2005 TwoBee, LLC rendered in gouache and color pencil by Nina Gentile for Monterey Bay Aquarium.
The Chambered Nautilus (Nautilus pompilius) has fascinated scientists, mathematicians, and poets for centuries. Its most unique feature is its spiral-coiled, chambered shell. A newly hatched nautilus has a shell divided into four small chambers. As it grows, the chambered nautilus adds new chambers - adults have 30. The nautilus spends the better part of its day near the bottom of coral reefs to depths of 1500 feet (450 meters) and travels up at night to shallower waters of about 300 feet (90 meters) to feed. Unlike most other cephalopods that have a short life span, the Chambered Nautilus can live 16 years or more. Many are killed each year for the shell trade, however due to lack of scientific data, the nautilus is not a protected species. Learn more about the chambered nautilus at: https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/animals/animals-a-to-z/chambered-nautilus
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