Dumbo Octopus
Caught on Camera at 8,000 Feet Below!

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This week, scientists released stunning footage of a dumbo octopus swimming 8,000 feet below the ocean's surface.

The video is the deepest-ever recording of a dumbo octopus, and it provides an unprecedented glimpse into the life of these mysterious creatures.

Dumbo octopuses are small, deep-sea octopuses that are named for their ear-like fins on the top of their heads.

They are found in all of the world's oceans, and they are the deepest-dwelling octopuses known to science.

Scientists know very little about dumbo octopuses, as they are so difficult to study in their deep-sea habitat.

The new footage of the dumbo octopus can help scientists to learn more about these fascinating creatures.

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