Scientific names: Sepia or sepion is Greek and Latin
and the name Aristoteles used for the internal skeleton of a
species of squid, probably Sepia officinalis. The
Latin officinalis means belonging to a shop, something that
can be sold. Both the skeleton and the ink are used.
More info: The species Sepia officinalis is part of a
large group of cephalopods known as cuttlefish. There are about 150
specie of cuttlefishes. The internal skeleton is often called cuttlebone.