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Scientists Captured New Footage of the Deepest-Living Octopus

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  1. Smaggledagle

    Smaggledagle Well-Known Member

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    Scientists have recorded that a species of dumbo octopus live 4 miles deep in the Indian Ocean. It’s not known if the species is an entirely different subspecies of the dumbo octopus, or it’s just a newly found fact that these cephalopods can dive this deep.

    The article also briefly mentions a possible discovery of a New species of sea snail.

    Scientists Captured New Footage of the Deepest-Living Octopus