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This juvenile two-spot octopus in our Tentacles Egg Lab is...

This juvenile two-spot octopus in our Tentacles Egg Lab is well on its way to mastering classic octopus elegance. Keep it up, tiny octo! Thank you to staffer Kat McHenry for the photo!
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