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Secret Social Lives of Octopuses

Discussion in 'Sea Save Foundation' started by Sea Save Foundation, Sep 26, 2017.

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    Octopuses have always been seen as loners who only come together to mate, but that view has now changed thanks to some new observations. A place dubbed “Octlantis” has been found in Australia where 15 “gloomy” octopuses reside in close proximity. There residents have “been seen to congregate, communicate and even evict one another.” They have even constructed a series of dens out of clam and scallop shells leftover from meals.

    Read more here (story #2).

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