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Extraordinary Octopus Takes To Land | The Hunt | BBC Earth

Octopuses are marine animals, that live and breath underwater, so at low tide one would expect them to be imprisoned in rocky pools. This extraordinary species found in Northern Australia is like no other Octopus, and land is no obstacle when hunting for Crabs. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub

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