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An Octopus Birth, Then a Surprise Burst of Color

  • Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:14
It happens almost in the blink of an eye. A colorless creature pops from a bundle of eggs, turns a brownish-purple hue, and swims away. It's a rare sight now witnessed by millions, thanks to the Virginia Aquarium, which shared a video of the Caribbean reef octopus's birth on Facebook... Science from Newser

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