Octopus eggs hatching! How cool. — "In Port Phillip Bay during Oct, one of our small octopus (Octopus pallidus) lay their eggs in small caves, bottles or old tyres. The female stays with her eggs until they all hatch. Over about 3 weeks I checked the progress of one female and her eggs. This footage was the result."
A leopard may not change his spots, but nature's full of other land and and sea creatures that will: Whether they're hiding, hunting, or just feeling especially emotional, a select few fish, mollusks, mammals, and amphibians can all give themselves a mini
The North Pacific giant octopus is the biggest octopus of its king. Its signature color is the brick red but can also change its color at will. I though this photo was creepy because the octopus is taking on a shark. Maybe we should be more scared of octopi… or grateful for eating all the small sharks (that usually are the ones to attack humans).