Little Squid and Octopus

On a recent snorkeling excursion in the bay Madam J and I were lucky enough to see a group of four small squid, probably about two or three inches long. They spread their tentacles in a v-shape, perhaps to make themselves look larger and more threatening. I think they were juveniles of the common Caribbean reef squid, but it’s possible that they were adults of a smaller species.

Later, we found an octopus which changed color several times before eventually crawling into a crevice under some rocks.

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