90 comments

  • Remie E.
    02/12/2019 11:46

    Those are way too cute!

  • Luis F.
    02/12/2019 12:21

    Beautiful

  • Ellen I.
    02/12/2019 20:02

    😍

  • Álvaro M.
    02/13/2019 22:01

    amazing!

  • Jamie L.
    02/14/2019 01:55

    tiny squidlings

  • حببتى س.
    02/14/2019 17:22

    سبحان الله

  • Fathy F.
    02/15/2019 02:55

    سبحان الله

  • Saber O.
    02/15/2019 13:38

    أمسكت مرة بسلحفاة أتضح أن صغار الحبار ملتصق ويعيش بها

  • Mai M.
    02/16/2019 20:57

    معرفش بس حسيت الفديو هيعجبك 😂⁦❤️⁩⁦❤️⁩⁦❤️⁩

  • Gavin P.
    02/18/2019 20:51

    now you know

  • Ryan A.
    02/20/2019 04:07

    🦑 👶

  • Cheryl H.
    02/20/2019 22:09

    Amazing

  • Marj H.
    02/21/2019 00:10

    Awesome!!!!

  • Beate S.
    02/22/2019 04:44

    So BEAUTIFUL 💞💞

  • Amiera N.
    02/22/2019 16:43

    سبحان الله المبدع فى خلقه

  • Sue S.
    02/22/2019 22:01

    ,

  • Alan L.
    02/23/2019 18:49

    Both are great eating.😀

  • Esther M.
    02/26/2019 09:20

    y r thez so cute plz

  • נאוה א.
    02/26/2019 21:39

    וגם הם חמודיםםם

  • Lucas P.
    02/27/2019 08:25

    Most cephalopods, like the salmon, I believe are semeliparous or only sexually reproduce and procreate once in their lives and soon after die! But when scientists experimentally removed their eyes while with eggs(post fertilization) the female octopuses lived after reproducing that first and should of been one time! The very act of 'seeing' and experiencing reproduction set of a rapid senescence signal to die(suicide in this case, and it may reduce the chances of cannibalism by the parents/a beneficial by-product etc).