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Can You Spot This Octopus After It Camouflauges With the Ocean Floor?

If you watched this video backwards, you may not even know there was an octopus there at all.

There are so many things in this world that'll amaze all of us. Most of us will probably never experience anything like this, though.

Watch as this octopus seemingly vanishes before the camera.

Octopuses, along with squid and cuttlefish, are among the few animals in the world that can change the color of their skin at a moment's notice. These animals, known as cephalopods, are mollusks with arms attached to their heads. They can change their skin tone to match their surroundings, thus making them nearly invisible. Additionally, they can change their pattern to stand out in their environment.

The octopus is as unique as they come, and this short video proves that.

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Can You Spot This Octopus After It Camouflauges With the Ocean Floor?