Octopuses possess various locales of the sea, including coral reefs,
pelagic waters, and the sea depths. They have various methodologies for shielding themselves against predators, including the removal of ink, the utilization of cover and deimatic shows, their capacity to fly rapidly through the water, and their capacity to stow away. They trail their eight arms behind them as they swim. All octopuses are venomous, yet just a single gathering, the blue-ringed octopus, is known to be fatal to people
Eight legs, three hearts, and a wealth of suction cups — the octopus is one of nature’s most curious creations. Color-blind, it still can mimic multicolored backgrounds, and even use color to communicate. Shy and retiring, these cephalopods are hard to find and study, but Ultimate Guide: Octopus reveals their secrets, with amazing, up-close footage of a creature that prefers not to be seen.