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Mimic Octopus going into defensive mode mimicking a lion fish. This photo was a Scuba Diving Magazine Cover in 201.

as they say, a bad day diving is better than a good day at work.

They grow up so fast! I have taught them well!

Mimic Octopus going into defensive mode mimicking a lion fish. This photo was a Scuba Diving Magazine Cover in 201.

Baby Honu (sea turtle)I'll never Foret my face to face encounter with a very large sea turtle at Black Rock Beach, Maui.

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Octopi are so beautiful. When I'm rich someday, I'll have one as a pet in a huge saltwater aquarium.

This is an AMAZING picture of an Octopus, look at the beauty this creat beholds. I love the movement of its tentacles :D