DOZENS OF OCTOPUSES CRAWL FROM THE SEA IN WALES IN ‘END OF DAYS’ BEACH SCENE

Wright says the octopuses “are a very common species in our waters, being called the Curled Octopus (Eledone cirrhosa), normally though you would only expect to see them if you were scuba diving at night, or possibly after they have been fished out in crab pots.

“They are very secretive and spend much of the day hiding only to come out to feed at night, on their favourite food of crabs. Octopus out in the day and in the intertidal zone suggest there is something wrong with them, I am afraid.”

via Dozens of Octopuses Crawl From The Sea In Wales In ‘End of Days’ Beach Scene

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