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They capture the birth of an octopus

Almost immediately, the colorless creature's cells fire a pigment, giving it a brownish hue. The newborn octopus shakes its little limbs and shoots into the water.

The rapid flow of pigment is due to the stress of being born or the instinct to camouflage quickly. An amazing spectacle of nature.

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