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Diva octopus doesn’t like divers’ camera

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CARMEL, C.A. - Divers in Carmel, California were in for a surprise while snapping pictures of an octopus earlier this month. 

Turns out this sea creature does not like the paparazzi. 

Divers came up on the giant pacific octopus and knew they had to capture the magnificent sighting.  But the octopus had other ideas and for a few tense moments fought over the camera with the diver before finally letting go.


While venomous the octopus remained rather peaceful.  The divers say they think it was just being a little curious.

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