The footage shows the snoozing cephalopod jolting violently awake as though reacting to a bad dream.
The peculiar trend of having animals predict the winning teams during the World Cup is still alive and well.
A Carboniferous cephalopod that once roamed the prehistoric seas has received a rather familiar moniker.
A Spanish company is planning to set up such a venture within the next two years - but is it really a good idea ?
It is a well known fact that the humble octopus is clever as far as animals go, but is there a limit to its potential?
Octopuses and fish sometimes work together to find food, but this unlikely alliance doesn't always work out.
Back in 1998, Lyle Zapato launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign to save what he called the 'tree octopus'.
The struggling animals were recently encountered off the northwest tip of Canada's Vancouver Island.
Intriguing footage of a sleeping octopus has suggested that cephalopods may have some concept of dreaming.
A kayaker in New Zealand got the shock of his life when a seal suddenly 'attacked' him in a very unexpected way.
A Japanese scientist has developed a set of remotely controlled robotic arms that can be worn as a backpack.
An octopus that has been attributed with correctly predicting World Cup results has been killed for food.
A bizarre new theory proposes that octopus embryos arrived on Earth on a comet millions of years ago.
The remarkable video shows the moment a young cephalopod emerges from its egg and changes color.
Researchers have determined that the giant Pacific octopus is not one, but two genetically distinct species.
Beachgoers in the UK have reported seeing dozens of the cephalopods crawling across the sand.
Members of the gloomy octopus species have created their own underwater settlement dubbed 'Octlantis'.
Property developer Richard Conlin managed to capture the unexpected cephalopod on camera this week.
Remember that time a giant octopus dragged a ferry to its doom off Staten Island ? No, neither do we.
An octopus in New Zealand called Inky managed to escape his tank and make his way back to the ocean.