Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 6, 2018

What brought more than 1,000 octopuses to nurse their eggs in Monterey Bay?

The LA Times reports

Scientists have discovered an octopus nursery of sorts in Monterey Bay.

More than 1,000 of the cephalopods were seen last week clustered in a previously unexplored, federally protected area off California’s coast, their bodies tucked upside down into nooks with their tentacles inverted and covering clusters of white eggs.

Read article at  What brought more than 1,000 octopuses to nurse their eggs in Monterey Bay? – Los Angeles Times


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