Octopuses, Squids and Cuttlefish

The cephalopod mollusks are the most highly evolved and intelligent of all invertebrates. Many are capable of nearly instantaneous color changes that reflect their mood and/or aid in camouflage. They all possess arms and/or tentacles, and have the most highly developed eyes and nervous systems among the invertebrates. The giant squid is the largest of all invertebrates, and has the largest eye of any living animal.

Blue-ringed Octopus,
Indonesia
Wunderpus,
Indonesia
Wunderpus,
Indonesia
Mimic octopus,
Indonesia
Wonderpus,
Indonesia
Mimic Octopus,
Indonesia
Coconut Octopus,
Indonesia
Cuttlefish,
Indonesia
Ocellate Octopus
Blue-ringed Octopus,
South Australia
Octopus,
Dominica
Blue-ringed Octopus
Squid,
Australia
Reef Squid,
St. Vincent
Nautilus,
Vanuatu
Reef Squid,
New Guinea
Reef Squid,
New Guinea
Reef Squid,
New Guinea
Reef Squid,
St. Vincent
Reef Squid,
St. Vincent
Mating Octopuses,
New Guinea
Octopus,
Virgin Islands
Octopus Eye,
British Columbia
Cuttlefish,
Indonesia
Cuttlefish,
Solomon Islands
Octopus,
St. Vincent
Reef Squid,
St. Vincent
Octopus,
British Columbia
Octopus,
British Columbia
Giant Octopus,
British Columbia
Hairy Octopus,
Indonesia
Flamboyant Cuttlefish,
New Guinea
White V-Octopus,
New Guinea
Flamboyant Cuttlefish,
Indonesia
Cuttlefish with Prey,
Indonesia
Hatchling Cuttlefish,
Indonesia
Giant Cuttlefish,
Australia
Pygmy Squid,
New Guinea
Cuttlefish,
Philippines

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