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>They can be recognized by their characteristic blue and black rings and yellowish skin. When the octopus is agitated, the brown patches darken dramatically, and iridescent blue rings or clumps of rings appear and pulsate within the maculae.
So is this one angry?
Also, they’re sex fiends:
> Mating continues until the female has had enough, and in at least one species the female has to remove the over-enthusiastic male by force.