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    Possible blanket octopus?

    Recently a video has surfaced on YouTube purporting to be an unknown creature filmed by Thai fisherman. To me it looks like it could be a blanket octopus (Tremoctopus violaceus?) based on the markings on the webbing. I figured I’d post it here so anyone with more knowledge could try to...
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    This is the only genus in the family Tremoctopodidae (commonly known as the blanket octopus). These ceph's are very sexually dimorphic. The females can be several meters long, and have the large webbing between arms 3 and 4 (which makes the very picturesque). However, the males tend to only...