Octopus in boots!

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kp777:

Red octopus
Photo by Jenny Huang on flickr.com.

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(Source: aviobajoaba)

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(via hellogorey)

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coldraresteaksandwich:

Jorge Mascarenhas

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fyeah-seacreatures:

Pulpo (by antoniocamacho)
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(submitted by begoodatit)

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But like a windowpane, a transparent animal reflects light at depths below about 800 meters (2,600 feet), where hiding places are scarce and predators lurk with bioluminescent flashlights that shine in the blue wavelengths. In that environment, it is wisest to be red or black, as those colors absorb blue light rather than reflect it – creating a different kind of invisibility.

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An octopus just chillin’ in his cave.

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Adorable octopus book label by boygirlparty on Etsy.

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<3

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