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"blanket octopus" so unique

Blanket Octopus: Females of this genus have a webbing that connects some of their arms.

Blanket Octopus | Blanket Octopus Mating

I got a cape, bitch. immunity to the poison of the man o’ war jellyfish. It has since used that immunity to dismember the most poisonous animal on the planet so that it can whip it’s ripped off tentacles at any predators or prey it might want to kill.

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Blanket Octopus: is 2 meters long with an enormous cape behind it. The octopus is the only animal immune to the stings of the man of war jellyfish. It can rip off the stingers of the jellyfish and use it as a whip.

Pulpo manta

astronomy-to-zoology: “ Genus Tremoctopus (Blanket Octopuses) (not octopi, octopuses is correct when referring to different species) Blanket octopuses are a genus of pelagic (open water) octopuses.

Clione : sea angel

sea angel Clione limacina is a snail species from the family of Clionidae. The scientific name of the species was first published in 1774 by Phipps valid.

"Yoga" Octopus mototi, Philippines, Dauin ... Natalie Bondarenko

Poison Ocellate octopus (Octopus mototi) photo by Natalie Bondarenko. Body grows up to 10 cm with arms to 25 cm. A solitary octopus that likes to hide in crevasses or empty containers (tossed into sea). Orange coloration when resting or not threatened.

The very rare Atlantic Sea Raven….    If its do rare... Why are you holding it out of water?

The very rare Atlantic Sea Raven…

Funny pictures about The very rare Atlantic Sea Raven. Oh, and cool pics about The very rare Atlantic Sea Raven. Also, The very rare Atlantic Sea Raven.

Pteraeolidia ianthina Nudibranch

Pteraeolidia ianthina Nudibranch Nudibranchs are sort of like a snail without a shell and come in thousands and thousands of varieties.

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The mimic octopus, Thaumoctopus mimicus, a species of octopus capable of impersonating other sea creatures. Mimic octopuses reach about in length are typically brown and white striped.


This octopus said '' I've only got one pair of hands you know ! you already owe my sick squid ( six quid ) for that DIY that I did for you last week !

You can never have too many nudibrachs.

*SAGAMINOPTERON PSYCHEDELICUM NUDIBRANCH ~ Originally described from Guam, this animal is now known from many parts of the tropical western Pacific Maximal size : 20 mm. Frequently on the reef flat zone and the fore reef zone. (psychedelicum, indeed.

Fly away Photo by Mike  Harterink — National Geographic Your Shot

The fins are usually held against the body, but when threatened they can expand the ‘wings’ to scare off a predator. Daily Dozen — Photos -- National Geographic Your Shot