Rare ‘Dumbo’ octopus spotted during live stream in North Pacific Ocean
A rare “Dumbo” octopus was spotted by a remotely operated vehicle of the Ocean Exploration Trust which was in the midst of exploring the north Pacific Ocean. The creature whose appearance was described as “ghostly” was seen swimming around 2,665 metres (8,743 feet) deep above the researchers’ ROV Little Hercules, about 20 metres from the sea floor.
Rare Dumbo octopus filmed in North Pacific Ocean
The octopus, which resembles the title character of the 1941 Disney film, was seen using its ear-like fins to swim on an EVNautilus live stream, which is exploring the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument.
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