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Unexpectedly Cute

NEW PURPLE OCTOPUS? Photograph courtesy Bedford Institute of Oceanography An unidentified purple octopus (pictured) is one of 11 potentially new species found this month during a deep-sea expedition off Canada’s Atlantic coast, scientists say.

Baby North Pacific Giant Octopus

Baby Giant Pacific Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) Being Held in Clam Shell, Denman Island

Hawaiian octopus

"This Hawaiian octopus has the making of a Shakespearean actor. Caught in the between phase of its color shift, it has an unusual pinkish hue. Location: Kahekili Beach, Maui"- I'm sad I never got to see an octopus while I was there.

Me encanta tortuga acutica.

Animales de Poder: La Tortuga

How beautiful is the contrast between the vibrant colors of the turtle's shell and the water!

Pulpo «dumbo» del género Grimpoteuthis que fue fotografiado en el Golfo de México. Extraña posición de los tentáculos, enrollados en una posición nunca antes vista.

There are several different species of dumbo octopus that all live in extreme depths, some up to ft under the ocean’s surface. Their name derives from ear-like fins that they use to help propel.

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This Tiny Octopus is Adorable (Scientifically Speaking) “This tiny octopus doesn’t have a name! But Monterey Bay Aquarium researcher Stephanie Bush gets naming rights, and she’s going for.

Have you ever seen a baby octopus?

Baby octopuses are notoriously difficult to keep alive in captivityas in, almost impossible. Like their adult parents, they’re sensitive to water pH and temperature and all of that jazz.

Did you know that octopuses use shells as tools?

A coconut octopus in the Steinhart Aquarium. - Click the link to see the newly released collections for amazing beach bikinis!

Argonaut Octopus, a.k.a. Paper Nautilus

Argonaut Octopus, a. Paper Nautilus belongs to the species of octopus. The female's grow out these paper thin, translucent shells in order to use as homes for their body octopi.


Pelagic octopus - A pelagic, or open-ocean, octopus gives off a neon glow in Hawaii. Most species of octopus have no internal skeleton, unlike other cephalopods.