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Giant Pacific Octopus eggs hatching, baby octopus

Filmed on Vancouver Island
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This is a great visual reference for what a premature vs a fully mature hatchling looks like. Observe the white ball attached to the arms of the first hatchling (and its absence in the second). The white ball is the yolk sack that should have been fully absorbed before hatching.

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