Tag: octopus

Video shows 1,000+ octopuses in Monterey Bay 🐙

Each of those white dots is an octopus. Here’s a closer view of one of them. And here’s the video and story behind it from NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. [embedded content] Excerpt: What’s better than one octopus?A THOUSAND OF THEM🐙🐙🐙🐙🐙! While diving in the deep waters of Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, researchers […]

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Octopuses aren’t psychic or alien, but they are weird—and possibly increasing in numbers

As The Atlantic, appropriately enough, reported last year, octopuses have their surface weirdness … Octopuses have three hearts, parrot-like beaks, venomous bites, and eight semi-autonomous arms that can taste the world. They squirt ink, contort through the tiniest of spaces, and melt into the world by changing both color and texture. They are incredibly intelligent, […]

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