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The Blue-Ringed Octopus is So Smart, It Could Kill You

Find out why the blue-ringed octopus is one of the most toxic creatures on earth.

While diving in the waters of Sydney Australia, the BBC Deadly 60 crew finds the infamous blue-ringed octopus.

Check out this video and get a close look at the drastic colorings of the blue-ringed octopus that make it an intimidating little sea creature.

Did you see that electrifying color change? The blue ringed octopus lives up to its name when provoked as neon blue rings appear on its skin as a warning sign to attackers.

As the anchor said, that are also known as blue lined octopus due to the patterns that appear on the creature’s mantel.

Although this little guy can fit in the palm of your hand, the blue ringed octopus is extremely deadly if threatened. Proceed with caution should you come across one of them in the wild.

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The Blue-Ringed Octopus is So Smart, It Could Kill You