The common octopus (Octopus vulgaris) is a widely distributed, intelligent mollusk found in tropical to temperate waters.
The coconut octopus (Amphioctopus marginatus) uses coconut shells for shelter and defense, displaying intriguing behavior.
The giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) is a remarkable creature, with impressive size, color-changing abilities, and a diverse diet.
The dumbo octopus (Grimpoteuthis) is a unique deep-sea creature with ear-like fins, found at extreme depths and lacking ink sacks.
The blue-ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena) is a stunning and highly venomous species, with enough venom to kill multiple humans.
The Atlantic pygmy octopus (Octopus joubini) is a small but intelligent predator that uses shells for hiding and paralyzes prey with its venomous saliva.
The mimic octopus (Thaumoctopus mimicus) astounds with its shape-shifting skills, mimicking up to 15 different sea creatures for protection and hunting.
The Caribbean reef octopus (Octopus briareus) is a master of disguise, rapidly changing colors and textures to blend with coral reefs. Nocturnal predator.
The seven-arm octopus (Haliphron atlanticus) has eight arms and is rarely seen. Its elusive nature and unusual diet of jellyfish intrigue researchers.
Colorful octopus with blue spots, shy but friendly. Thrives in shallow waters, camouflages and grows up to 3 feet long.