The rarely seen deep-sea creature is the star of beautiful footage from a Schmidt Ocean Institute research vessel.
A marine biologist amusingly narrates this clip from PBS’s “Octopus: Making Contact," wondering what the animal is dreaming about.
The Cirroteuthid octopus with billowing arms was caught on camera by researchers from the vessel E/V Nautilus.
Jamie Bisceglia told HuffPost she couldn't get the animal's beak to dislodge. "It was like a prong.”
The female cephalopod was caught in a crab trap and needed months of rehabilitation before she could go free.
The Grimpoteuthis octopus, also called the dumbo octopus, is both spooky and adorable.
The octopus-wielding pinniped appears to be a New Zealand fur seal.
The Molly-coddled octopuses were "very playful, doing water acrobatics."
The cephalopod soothsayer was sold as seafood before Japan's ouster from tournament.
The market owner won't sell octopus products after playing hide-and-seek with a friendly cephalopod.
We're waiting to catch our early train out of the Italian Riviera. We have six days left in our Best of Europe in 21 Days
These cephalopods are bros, man.