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North Pacific Giant Octopus from "Sea": Mark Laita’s breathtaking photos of sea creatures. photographed the animals in tanks using studio strobe lighting, thus avoiding the blue-green tint of usual underwater photography and revealing their true colors.

Eight suckered tentacles make for awesomely weird movement... Octopus!

I didn't comprehend someone's infatuation with octopus but clearly a hard working type A extrovert would idolize a creature who has this many limbs to multi task with.

White peacock.....beautiful.

Wouldn't this make a beautiful train for a bride. You could make it out of fake feathers.

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The Ocean Is Wonderful

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.

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Betta Splendens or Siamese Fighting Fish are known for their aggressiveness, beautiful bright color and finnage. But not many have the passion for Betta fi

Sea Monster the Octopus

Fine Art Photography- Octopus-Animal-Marine Print-Home Decor-Zoo-Brown, POE, Etsy by StorytellingArt

Like goats, octopuses have unusual, rectangular pupils, but for some reason it’s not as off-putting to look at octopus in the eyes. Maybe because they’re so alien-looking all around and are surrounded by all the other weird and creepy creatures of the sea? One of the coolest things about an octopuss eyes is their ability to rotate and maintain a horizontal position, no matter what other position or angle the octopus’ body moves in.

Like goats, octopuses have unusual, rectangular pupils. One of the coolest things about an octopuss eyes is their ability to rotate and maintain a horizontal position, no matter what other position or angle the octopus’ body moves in.

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