Hunter Becomes Hunted
An octopus chows down on a crab it has just caught, unaware it is being watched, or smelt, by its predator, the moray eel. Moray eels use their four nostrils to detect their prey, as their eyesight is poor. But this octopus has a handy way of confusing the eel’s sense of smell.
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