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Blue-lined Octopus

The blue-lined octopus is one of three species of venomous Blue-ringed octopuses. It is most commonly found around intertidal rocky shores and coastal waters to a depth of 15 metres between southern Queensland and southern New South Wales. Its mantle can grow up to 45 millimetres in length. It has an appearance of yellow hide with dark blue or black streaks covering the whole body apart from the underside of its arms. ... more on Wikipedia

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