This flapjack octopus is so cute that it might officially be named “Adorabilis”. She is being considered with the scientific name Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis. Opisthoteuthis genus That’s the same genus as Pearl, the pink flapjack octopus in “Finding Nemo.”
Specimens of this new octopus have been collected since 1990, but until now they have not yet been scientifically described. The wee octopus is known for the distinctive webbing between its tentacles, which allows it to float like a parachute while using the fins on its mantle to steer.
More information and details on this cute specie of Octopus, watch this video by SciFri.
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