A Fun Place For Young Children To Learn More About Our Seas, Our Trash, and Us.
"My, What Big Ears You Have"
What does this look like to you?
It's kind of funny looking, isn't it?
It has a very important sounding name: GRIMPOTEUTHIS. Don't worry, I can't say it either. Fortunately, it is also called a DUMBO OCTOPUS. There are quite a few octopuses in this group. Some members of this group can live deeper in the ocean than any known octopus--like at 23,000 feet (7,000 meters) below sea level. That's deep! But mostly they live between 9,800 to 13,000 feet (F3,00 to 4,000 meters) beneath the sea.