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Mimic octpus,Thaumoctopus mimicus. "This animal is so intelligent that it is able to discern which dangerous sea creature to impersonate that will present the greatest threat to its current possible predator. For example, scientists observed that when the octopus was attacked by territorial damselfishes, it mimicked the banded sea snake, a known predator of damselfishes."

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The mimic octopus, Thaumoctopus mimicus, a species of octopus capable of impersonating other sea creatures. Mimic octopuses reach about 60cm in length are typically brown and white striped.

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This amazing creature is one of the first known species to mimic multiple species. This octopus can copy the movement and physical form of up to fifteen different species. In this video you’ll see the octopus mimic species like the sea snake, lionfish, flat fish, and more.

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from tablespoon.com

Cheesy Wonton Quesadillas

Mini quesadillas have never been easier! Round (gyoza) wonton wrappers mimic the shape of a standard tortilla, so prep is quick and the results are delicious.

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Suchomimus ("crocodile mimic") is a genus of large spinosaurid dinosaur with a crocodile-like mouth that lived between 121–112 million years ago, during the late Aptian stage of the Cretaceous period in Africa.[1]Cast of the skull, Dinosaur Discovery Museum

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“I love walking in the garden first for inspiration. I like to see how closely I can mimic in the vase what I find there,” she says. In this tall glass urn, she started with a base of copper beech and ninebark branches, anchored by a large flower frog, before adding ‘Coral Charm’ peonies, ‘Ghislaine de Féligonde’ roses, sweet peas, nasturtiums, raspberries, and Sanguisorba.

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from Apartment Therapy

Closet Inspiration: Use IKEA's Billy Bookcase to Mimic Custom Shelving

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The mimic octopus, is a species of octopus with a variety of capabilities in mimicry. It grows to 60 centimetres (24 in) in length. Its resting coloration consists of brown and white stripes or spots. Living in the tropical seas of Southeast Asia, it was discovered in 1998 off Sulawesi

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