Octopus - Dofleini FLAC album
A short sample of some of the HD stock footage we have of a giant pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) hunting on a reef in British Columbia, Canada.
Enteroctopus dofleini (Octopodidae) Distribution: Range throughout temperate Pacific waters, from southern California north to Alaska, west to the Aleutian.
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The giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini, formerly also Octopus apollyon), also known as the North Pacific giant octopus, is a large marine cephalopod belonging to the genus Enteroctopus. Its spatial distribution includes the coastal North Pacific, along California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, Russia, Japan, and Korean Peninsula. It can be found from the intertidal zone down to 2,000 m (6,600 ft), and is best adapted to cold, oxygen-rich water.
Giant Pacific octopus. E. dofleini observed off Point Piños, California, at a depth of 65 m (213 ft). Scientific classification. Octopus madokai Berry, 1921. Paroctopus asper Akimushkin, 1963. Octopus dofleini martini Pickford, 1964. Enteroctopus dofleini, also known as the Giant Pacific octopus or North Pacific giant octopus, is a large marine cephalopod belonging to the genus Enteroctopus.
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The Giant Pacific Octopus is the largest octopus in the world, growing to over 30 feet and weighing more than 100 pounds. It uses its parrot-like beek to deliver a mild venom in its saliva to paralyze prey. It may also use a file-like tongue to drill a hole in a hard-shelled animal to inject its venom. Despite being so large, its venom is not nearly as toxic as that of the much smaller blue-ringed octopus. Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach, CA. Done.
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