Watch an octopus instantly make quicksand and then completely disappear in it

If you need more proof that the octopus is absolutely the super villain of the sea, check out this gnarly superpower that allows the southern sand octopus to create an automatic secret hideout: it shoots jets of water at the sand to make quicksand which it burrows itself in and effectively disappears. »9/27/15 12:00pm9/27/15 12:00pm

The Unusual Mating Habits of This Octopus Totally Blow Biologists' Minds

We all know the sad story of octopus sex, right? They live alone until it’s time to find a mate, they have sex a few times, then the males die. Females live a little longer to lay eggs, but die soon after they hatch. Turns out that the (still officially unnamed) Larger Pacific Striped Octopus breaks all the rules. »8/12/15 5:00pm8/12/15 5:00pm