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Rare ‘Dumbo’ octopus spotted during live stream in North Pacific Ocean

  • A rare 'Dumbo' octopus, resembling the character from the Disney film, was spotted in the north Pacific Ocean during a live stream by the Ocean Exploration Trust. The octopus was seen using its unique ear-like fins to swim, making it resemble little sea umbrellas.
  • The Dumbo octopus was found at extreme depths of 2,665 meters in the waters around the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument (PMNM) during the live stream. Its ghostly appearance, highlighted by its reflection of light, captivated viewers.
  • The Ocean Exploration Trust used a remotely operated vehicle to capture footage of the Dumbo octopus swimming in front of the camera, showcasing the beauty and special nature of the PMNM.
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