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Cuttlefish perform multiple antagonistic displays to communicate a hierarchy of threats

Cuttlefish perform multiple antagonistic displays to communicate a hierarchy of threats

THE COCONUT OCTOPUS Photograph by Mario Neumann (scuba.hamburg on Flickr) Amphioctopus marginatus, also known as the coconut octopus or veined octopus, is a medium-sized cephalopod belonging to the genus Amphioctopus.

THE COCONUT OCTOPUS Photograph by Mario Neumann (scuba.hamburg on Flickr) Amphioctopus marginatus, also known as the coconut octopus or veined octopus, is a medium-sized cephalopod belonging to the genus Amphioctopus.

The octopus can change its color pattern from a deep red hue to a wacky combination of stripes and spots

Rare Kissing Octopus Unveiled For the First Time

The octopus can change its color pattern from a deep red hue to a wacky combination of stripes and spots

Hunting-Night-Octopus [Dierythraeus] = ANZANG animal behaviour runner-up - Australian Geographic

Hunting-Night-Octopus [Dierythraeus] = ANZANG animal behaviour runner-up - Australian Geographic

Our Classic Posters are ideal educational tools, advertising gifts and decorative displays suitable for any environment – from a commercial boardroom to a home

Octopus, Squid & Cuttlefish Poster

Our Classic Posters are ideal educational tools, advertising gifts and decorative displays suitable for any environment – from a commercial boardroom to a home

The coconut octopus is found on sandy bottoms in bays or lagoons. It frequently buries itself in the sand with only its eyes uncovered.In March 2005, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, published an article in Science in which A. marginatus was reported to have a bipedal behavior. It is one of only two octopus species known to display such behavior, the other species being Abdopus aculeatus.

The coconut octopus is found on sandy bottoms in bays or lagoons. It frequently buries itself in the sand with only its eyes uncovered.In March 2005, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, published an article in Science in which A. marginatus was reported to have a bipedal behavior. It is one of only two octopus species known to display such behavior, the other species being Abdopus aculeatus.

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http://www.ericthorsengallery.com/zenstore/images/cuttlefish-by-Eric-Thorsen.jpg

The sparkling enope squid (Watasenia scintillans) puts on a brilliant display of bioluminescence thanks to photophores, special light-producing organs all over its body that emit a deep blue light. The blue glow is thought to attract a mate and help catch prey.

The sparkling enope squid (Watasenia scintillans) puts on a brilliant display of bioluminescence thanks to photophores, special light-producing organs all over its body that emit a deep blue light. The blue glow is thought to attract a mate and help catch prey.

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