Photo-Snapping Octopus Becomes The World's First "Octographer"

Apr 17, 2015
Octopi are very intelligent creatures. They are so intelligent that an octopus in New Zealand was taught to use a Sony Cyber Shot TX30 camera. In a campaign Sony is now calling the World's First Octopus Photographer, they are showing the world what Rambo can do. It took Rambo three attempts before he got the hang of using the camera, but, in reality, that's fewer tries than some people need to use a digital camera for the first time.

An octopus is a cephalopod mollusc and has four pairs of arms and two eyes. They also sport a hard beak, or mouth, that is a center point for the arms. With no skeleton, this invertebrate can wiggle into the tightest of places. They are among the most intelligent and flexible of all invertebrates.
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