Caribbean Reef Octopus Hunting at Night

by | Jan 14, 2016 | Corals, Reef, Science | 0 comments

Good morning faithful ones, I have a spectacular Caribbean Reef Octopus crawling over a colony of delicate fire corals in search of something to eat for your viewing pleasure today. Most night dives, we usually come across at least one octopus and it’s impossible to ignore them with their crazy colorful bodies that constantly change colors and their ability to crawl up and over anything on the reef, it’s truly cephalopod entertainment at it’s best!! This one here could have cared less about our being there and never missed a beat in his search for food, which normally consists of small crabs or snails like Queen conchs or cowries, two of their favorite dinner items. Have a great day out there, Barry  MORE


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