We were so lucky to experience the excitement of Octopus Week during our recent visit to the Seattle Aquarium! Our group quickly dispersed to each corner of the aquarium, exploring all that was on offer.
Several of us were intrigued by the cephalopod dissection demonstration, whilst others delighted in the sticking feeling of touching an anemone in the cold tide pools. To everyone's delight, the river otters put on a wonderful display, playfully cracking open and eating their clams. The star of the aquarium, the giant Pacific octopus, showed us just how cool it is, demonstrating its ability to squeeze into tight places and change its colors and textures to perfectly match its surroundings.
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