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Dumbo Octopus

There are several different species of dumbo octopus that all live in extreme depths, some up to ft under the ocean’s surface. Their name derives from ear-like fins that they use to help propel.


Las 15 fotos que te quitarán las ganas de entrar al mar

When they unfold and get out in the open, they are formidable animals indeed: (a diver gets acquainted with one old and wise specimen in the Japan Sea, Primorie, Russia - a Giant Pacific Octopus Doflein).

10 fotografías submarinas ganadoras del concurso Our World Underwater 2013.

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Dr Toon's Travels in the Aether

Octopus Eye - However underwater light has a polarized component which some octopuses can detect. When this light travels through the body of a transparent animal its polarization will be changed and the octopus can see that and capture the prey.

Handfish relative to the angler fish walks!

Hand Fish (Brachionichthys politus) Tasmania - a cousin to the angler fish, they 'walk' rather than swim, using their modified pectoral fins to move about on the sea floor.

Nembrotha Kubaryana is a neon colored nudibranch that dwells in the Tropical Indo-West Pacific.

Nembrotha Kubaryana is a neon colored sea slug that dwells in the Tropical Indo-West Pacific. Sometimes these slugs grow to be in length. Read more on the slug here.

This is a CEPHALOPOD. Cephalopod means head foot and a squid has it's feet coming from it's head. Cepha means head and Pod means foot.

The Stubby Squid (Rossia pacifica diegensis) is a subspecies of bobtail squid native to the eastern Pacific Ocean off Santa Catalina Basin, California. by Damian D