Diving Fun Fact

Mimic Octopus Lembeh Indonesia

Mimic octopus get their name because they have been observed imitating a wide array of other species in order to evade predators. They achieve this by changing their body shape, color, and skin texture. We saw this mimic octopus in Lembeh, Indonesia. Read more in our post, Scuba Diving the Weird and Wonderful Waters of Lembeh Indonesia.

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