(Tim Shank (WHOI) and NOAA's Office of Exploration and Research)
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Newborn dumbo octopus captured on video for the first time
This footage is the first to show a newborn dumbo octopus. The video was filmed by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution ecologist Tim Shank on Aug. 31, 2005.
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