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Octopus rubescens, the Red octopus<< Cephalopod Species
This Octopus rubescens, or the red octopus, was photographed by Patrick Almeda at Seacrest Park in west Seattle.
Red octopuses are a small species that are found in the Eastern Pacific Ocean from Mexico to Alaska.
The young are planktonic and there are reports that they school.
References and Credits
CreditsThe above photograph was taken by Patrick Almeda.
He has more images of Octopus rubescens at his web page.
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