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Flashy flamboyant cuttlefish

Flashy flamboyant cuttlefish

(2:20) This species of cuttlefish is known as 'Pfeffer's flamboyant cuttlefish'. According to filmmaker and biologist Shane Siers, they are usually no more than three inches long, and are poisonous. They move around by 'walking' on the sea floor, undulating their fins and waving their bright tentacles. Footage captured in Puerto Galera, Philippines.

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