These tiny baby octopuses hatching will brighten your miserable existence

These tiny baby octopuses hatching will brighten your miserable existence

Frank S: "While this one was crawling about, two others were silently, methodically going through everyone's wallets without being noticed."

Video: Octopus crawls out of water and walks on dry land

cute little song I found for introducing the octopus today for our ocean theme month! Matches all our site words so far too :)

May This is a fun song that includes motion for the students to do as they sing along.

8 Unbelievable octopus videos - (TreeHugger) Click to see 8 super cool octopus videos (fun time waster!)

8 Unbelievable octopus videos

When marine biologist Roger Hanlon captured the first scene in this video he started screaming. (If you need to see it again, here's the raw footage.) Hanlon, senior scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, studies camouflage in cephalopods--squid, cuttlefish and octopus. They are masters of optical illusion. These are some of Hanlon's top video picks of sea creatures going in and out of hiding.

Marine biologist Roger Hanlon captured this video of cephalopods (squid, cuttlefish, octopus) going in and out of camouflage. They are masters of optical illusion! Hanlon is a scientist at the Marine Bio. Lab in Woods Hole, MA.

Fighting Octopuses Video Is First to Show How They "Talk"

FILM: World's First Octopus Photographer - Sony Cyber-shot Brand: Sony Agency: FCB (New Zealand) Creative Director: James Mok, Tony Clewett, Regan Grafton Copywriter / Art Director: Peter Vegas, Leisa Wall, Christiaan Van Noppen Director: Michael Braid

Fighting Octopuses Video Is First to Show How They "Talk"

Journey of Octopus Discovery Reveals Them to Be Playful, Curious, Smart

Introducing "Kleptopus", The Shell-Stealing Veined Octopus. [MOBILE VIDEO]

‘Kleptopus’, A Shy Shell Gathering Octopus Who Just Wants To Build A Safe Hiding Place

Enlarged & out on our wall...yes!

The most noble and fascinating of marine animals, the most intelligent invertebrate on the planet, the octopus.

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