Mother Nature certainly never stops to astonish.
This time, one of the most interesting underwater creatures, the octopus, is puzzling sea explorers.
An uncommon but awesome clip of the whole thing demonstrates that these animals can dream. In particular, they change dyeing as soon as they sleep.
Great movie Octopus. “Connecting” from a movie that aired the previous month. It also features an octopus named Heidi relaxing in a tank of water that begins to convert dyeing within seconds.
According to David Schell, a sea researcher at Alaska Pacific University, the animal is sleeping.
“This is an important moment if he is sleeping,” said Scheel. “You can tell a dream virtually, and the body will be transformed.
As soon as he detects a shrimp, his dyeing changes somewhat, then he becomes completely dark, as octopuses do as soon as they leave the bottom. It disguises it as if he just tamed a shrimp and is going to sit down and eat it without drawing attention to himself.”
On the other hand, the octopus’s cloak is a distinctly subtle part of his body that explorers find surprising as well as almost incomprehensible.
The creature’s multiple brains also allow to have quite good control over skin dyeing transformations. As a result, octopuses barely use it while sleeping.
“Seeing dyeing come and go on his cloak, just to be able to witness the variety of color samples one after the other, is not something you normally see as soon as the animal is relaxing,” Scheel added.
“It’s really exciting.”
We have no choice but to watch a beautiful movie until sea explorers can explain the exceptional phenomenon.
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