Why are the dumbo octopuses endangered?


Dumbo Octopuses aren't really endangered. They just live so deep in the ocean you don't see them too often.
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Information About the Dumbo Octopus
The 2009 video on the Internet was entrancing. At a depth of 6,600 feet, a strange creature was swimming with ethereal grace as Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata played in the background. It had a large, somewhat bell-shaped head with large eyes. A pair of... More »
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There are around 37 different species of Dumbo Octopus & they can usually be found close
Domain: eukarya. genus: Grimpoteuthis. species: discoveryi.
A Dumbo Octopus, (genus grimpoteuthis), is an invertebrate and therefore is not a fish. The creature is a rare species of octopus that is found in the extreme depths of the ocean,
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