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Blue glowing coconut octopus, aka Veined Octopus (worth clicking on to see the bigger picture)

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20 Bizarre Animals That You Never Knew Existed animals animal animal pictures cool animals

Where is this? I don't want to swim in this river.

oliviabeanlove: givemeinternet:a brave snake saving a fish from drowning! A brave snake saving a fish from drowning.

O polvo-de-anéis-azuis ('Hapalochlaena maculosa') é uma espécie conhecida pelos visíveis anéis azuis no seu corpo e pelo veneno muito poderoso que possui.Vive nas costas da Austrália e mede apenas 12 cm.  http://diariodebiologia.com/

I think this is my spirit animal! ⭐Greater Blue-ringed Octopus⭐ (Hapalochlaena lunulata) is one of three (or perhaps four) species of venomous blue-ringed octopuses.

Terrifying, and awesome. But mostly terrifying.

Breaking The Water Surface

Funny pictures about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Oh, and cool pics about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Also, Breaking The Water Surface Tension photos.

ughhhh albanism is NOT the same as leucisim. the lions and tigers and any other animal that is completly white with BLUE eyes is leucistic and if the animal is all white with RED eyes then and only then is it considered an albino. thank you.

Ebony And Ivory Living In Harmony

Funny pictures about Melanism Vs. Albinism In The Animal Kingdom. Oh, and cool pics about Melanism Vs. Albinism In The Animal Kingdom. Also, Melanism Vs. Albinism In The Animal Kingdom photos.

Clownfish did have one pre-Nemo claim to fame: they exploit their immunity to sea anemone toxins by hiding out in the oceanic invertebrates’ poisonous tentacles. Depending on the color of the anemone, this attribute provides nature photographers with a goldmine of imaging opportunities.

Flame On! 10 Amazing Orange Animals

Clownfish did have one pre-Nemo claim to fame: they exploit their immunity to sea anemone toxins by hiding out in the oceanic invertebrates’ poisonous tentacles.

Fried egg jellyfish

Really does look like a Fried Egg. Fried Egg Jellyfish in Sicily, Italy ocean animals

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