THE OCTOPUS: THERE’S NOTHING QUITE LIKE IT…


THE OCTOPUS: THERE’S NOTHING QUITE LIKE IT…

I’ve posted about the octopus a couple of times before. The first time was to explore the correct plural of the word ‘and related cephalopod mysteries’. You can see that HERE. More recently there was ‘Marine Bagpipes filled with Ink’, which you can see HERE. Both posts were really a way to show some of Melinda Riger’s stunning underwater photography, with an octopoidal theme. Now I have some more images for you, so I present some new photos of Octopi… erm, Octopodes… erm, Octopuses… Octopus ©Melinda Riger @G B Scuba Octopus 1:15 ©Melinda Riger @ G B Scuba Octopus 4

This octopus is having a sleep, disguised as a rockOctopus Sleeping ©Melinda Riger @ GB Scuba

Credits: All images courtesy of Melinda Riger of Grand Bahama Scuba

12 thoughts on “THE OCTOPUS: THERE’S NOTHING QUITE LIKE IT…

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  6. Hehehe, I’m glad I can have a peep on the screen, you wouldn’t get under water to go looking for them, RH.
    Excellent shots, my best regards to Melinda. Amazing creatures!!

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