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    Glowing Sucker Octopus, (Stauroteuthis syrtensis). Photo by Dav id Shale and Claire Nouvian. Mariana Trench and its inhabitants

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    Glowing Sucker Octopus: The suckers of this red octopus flash on and off as it drifts through deep waters off the eastern U.S.

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    animals, octopus, marine life, sea lfe

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    Deep Sea Creatures!

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    Glowing Sucker Octopus -Deepsea, - Mariana Trench

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