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Baby octopus in a shell

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My sister found this small octopus in Puerto Rico...any idea what it is?

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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.

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blue ring octopus - Produce a strong Nero Toxin called Tetrodotoxin. this Octopus uses as a defensively. It also has a Toxin that is Harleysville to humans and is used on its prey. This little fellow is found in Tide poles in semi warm climates.

Purple octopus

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

deep water octopus that lives at depths of about 2,700m in the Gulf of Mexico.  BBC News - In pictures: Charting the depths

In pictures: Charting the depths

deep water octopus that lives at depths of about in the Gulf of Mexico. BBC News - In pictures: Charting the depths.this is amazing.over a mile deep.

Argonaut Octopus, a.k.a. Paper Nautilus

That slimy face belongs to a species of octopus known as an argonaut, or paper nautilus. Female argonauts grow out these paper-thin, translucent shells in order to use as homes for their baby octopi.