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Amazing Octopus Color Transformation | National Geographic



Ever wish you could change shape and color the way the Cyanea octopus can?
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44 comments

  1. I died when he said that the “snake skin” was low-key.

  2. ALIENNNNNNNN. I DIDNT CREATE DAT

  3. The video is amazing. Could you update and correct the captions so they're accurate for your Deaf viewers to have better access?

  4. I actually like the narrating. It's more exciting and fun.

  5. What I wish I could do so I could smoke weed everywhere…

  6. Did he narrative this for my 2 year old?

  7. wow.2 me octopus look ugly to me but now that i learned about them i would want 2 b 1 of them even though to me they look ugly

  8. the narrator should shut the fuck up

  9. how do octopus know what color to change

  10. There 1 ugly mother fckers give me chills yuk

  11. Everyone else seems to have commented on this already, but is this narrator for real? Was this actually on television and is this what American shows sound like?

  12. Everyone else seems to have commented on this already, but is this narrator for real? Was this actually on television and is this what American shows sound like?

  13. what kind of Octopus is this?

  14. the narrator and the "fun music" make me wanna die

  15. If you think that's cool, you should look up how chameleons actually change color. Mind blowing.

  16. Splatoon brought me here and I'm enjoying this.

  17. Why is he talking to the octopus?

  18. No body here, just another rock formation.

  19. Hey Mr. Dean. This is very interesting!

  20. Scyanius?

    Imagine you're a Scyanius octopiss

    That's what it sounded like XD

  21. Thumbs up if you heard him say Octopiss

  22. Disliked the narrator within two seconds of hearing his voice.

  23. here I come to watch a beautifull film about octopus and what do I get?
    A fuckin' kids-show..

  24. You all just want david attenborough?!

  25. An Octopus likes to blend in secretly with its surroundings.

  26. While we all appreciate the fact that not everyone is 5, it is also true that not everyone is 15. Or 90. Or learning disability free. Or even a native English speaker for that matter. Therefore to make the information easy to understand for the broadest possible audience, Nat Geo probably decided to go with a simple, easy to follow script. Just a thought.

  27. well hes not narratoring for you, i think this was supposed to be for kids at one point

  28. it's not that I'm picky, which is true, it's that this narrator talks like he's explaining nature to 5 year olds. I'm 15, I expect a mature narrator.

  29. now i know how jack sparrow feel…

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