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Octopus Escapes Through Tiny Crack in Boat

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Published on Mar 5, 2015

Here we see an octopus escape through a tiny hole in the side of a boat. This is a testament to how the octopus is an amazing escape artist, able to slip through any crevice of any size.

The octopus has no internal skeleton. This allows it to squeeze through extremely narrow openings.

Octopuses can flee and hide effectively, as well as change colors to evade enemies. This camouflage can be seen as it escapes the boat.

Octopods can be found in many different regions of the ocean, but especially coral reefs. It is rare to find them in a boat, as seen here.

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