The Insane Biology of: The Octopus

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  • Real Science
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  • Kings Bing

    Kings Bing

    2 dager siden

    @Dragon King tis con fusion

  • Dragon King

    Dragon King

    2 dager siden

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  • Dragon King

    Dragon King

    2 dager siden

    We were never cavemen we were never monkeys we already had intelligence

  • Dragon King

    Dragon King

    2 dager siden

    We're the ones that never evolve except I wouldn't say never we got a new bone in our arms that never used to be there

  • Dragon King

    Dragon King

    2 dager siden

    We was intelligent at the same time the Octopus was

  • Yankee The Rebel
    Yankee The Rebel10 timer siden

    Half of this video is not science. It's atheistic guess work based on the desire to believe in anything other than God... not evidence.

  • Benjamin BERVOETS
    Benjamin BERVOETS12 timer siden

    Turns out our DNA is closest looking to the octopus so they are our closest relative Correct me if I’m wrong

  • country boy
    country boy14 timer siden

    Evolution is Science Fiction

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  • Marc
    Marc17 timer siden

    Nature : ok you animal! you'll loose your Habitat are you're on your own Humans and Octopuses : _it's big brain time_

  • Carlos Ponchio
    Carlos Ponchio17 timer siden

    why do we eat them?

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  • Alberto Sirò
    Alberto Sirò21 time siden

    You forgot to mention, they're delicious with potatoes.

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  • K S
    K SDag siden

    In China they it them alive.

  • CatMom
    CatMomDag siden

    So here we are, still in lockdown, & I've learned so much about meerkats. Now I'm into Octopuses. What a wonderful world.

  • Alienne Laval
    Alienne LavalDag siden

    Forget the "we" as of any evolutive use... just to the contrary, its task is synchronization and the production of reproductive adult states as final causes... all too often the adaptive capacities (incl. its possibly strange loops and dying out at some point) of a species are mixed up with evolution...

  • jeb jed
    jeb jedDag siden

    Yah but how much can it bench?

  • Enias K.
    Enias K.Dag siden

    gosh if they are alien what are we..

  • Nammidius
    NammidiusDag siden

    I recommend reading the "Children of Time" book and then "Children of Ruin", its octopus-centric sequel, for a fun thought experiment of what it could mean to think with one's arms.

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    JAGWAR JAH NOONDag siden

    Now I Raise all levels of Imagination The octo is an Advanced Sperm Cell🤯 Aka Sovereign Brain with psych abilities 🎼👑☀️and is elder to all land walkers

  • Mark Munro
    Mark MunroDag siden

    Octopuses do not have any bones with the exception of their beaks. so if you are responsible and depraved enough to be literally the life support of your 8 limbed friend, you can debeak it like how you'd declaw a cat and then push your member into it's feed chute. You can then let it subsist on your baby batter. The Octopus is smart. Very smart. It will learn that without it's beak, it cannot feed on anything else but your human seed that has to be milked from you. Every morning, you will feel your clothes slide off and a damp weight on your lower half. The sensation creeps up your body until most of the jiggly mass has enveloped the entire length. It will start pumping as fast as it can for it is hungry. The animal gyrates its empty stomach and the folds of its brain rubbing on your glans, begging for nutrition. You climax and give the marine creature's breakfast. The pumping slows down but doesn't stop to milk out the last few drops of its meal. Looking into its yellow animal eyes, it looks back with a thousand-yard stare. This will be routine for all of its meals for the rest of it's 3-5 years on this god forsaken planet.

  • Shabaaz Kodan
    Shabaaz KodanDag siden

    Who would think that squidward was an undercovered genius lol

  • Edward Weiszbeck
    Edward WeiszbeckDag siden

    Good idea 👍

  • Georges Mikhael
    Georges MikhaelDag siden

    What's the music that starts in the beginning

  • lowerastral
    lowerastralDag siden

    It's sad that they have such short lifespans.

  • Raymond Jones
    Raymond JonesDag siden

    Never thought I'd say this, but I'm so happy that this popped up in my recommended.

  • Héctor Fierro
    Héctor FierroDag siden

    Shut up, Meg!

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  • Dragon King
    Dragon King2 dager siden

    Its an Extraterrestrial Alien 👽 for real

  • silky Robinson
    silky Robinson2 dager siden

    Apparently, the people who made this documentary have not considered the stoned ape theory 🍄🍄🍄

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    Greenfly 122 dager siden


  • Peter Le
    Peter Le2 dager siden

    arent all octopuses essentially venomous?

  • Robert L
    Robert L2 dager siden

    I wonder if the military industrial complex try to reproduce this. It would be just too complex to reproduce and have it light weight.

  • Nick Vittum
    Nick Vittum2 dager siden

    Gee, sure glad the ocean is heating up so fast that it won’t be able to sustain life within the next century.

  • Yoeleum PMP
    Yoeleum PMP3 dager siden

    Im not even gonna be surprise if one day secret octopuse people invade us.

  • Uri G
    Uri G3 dager siden

    If they are so smart, how calm many oriental restaurants serve their meat?

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  • Matte Matsson
    Matte Matsson3 dager siden

    By interpreting, studying and understanding the Sumerian scriptures on clay tablets, found in abundance, we can explain the "missing link" in the human evolution. Very interesting!

  • Sharpodiplomat
    Sharpodiplomat3 dager siden

    Dear editing team, Please let the narrator breathe now and then. Cutting away all inhalations is not professional voice editing...

  • Barrera Fam
    Barrera Fam3 dager siden

    I love it great informative video

  • El Presidente
    El Presidente3 dager siden

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  • WhirledPeasFursure
    WhirledPeasFursure3 dager siden

    excellent program.. thanks

  • Zaki Mansour
    Zaki Mansour3 dager siden

    Zambezi science...🤯

  • Artur Gulik
    Artur Gulik3 dager siden

    Amazing, professional work on a mindblowing topic! What a great way to spend time, thank you!

  • Misano Red
    Misano Red3 dager siden

    Lasted 11 minutes; THAT monotonous voice was simply too painful to endure a second longer.

  • Xochilt Pfohl
    Xochilt Pfohl3 dager siden

    Is not insane is Gods creation, cannot be created out of nowhere

  • Lunar Light
    Lunar Light4 dager siden

    6:30 "Even when the skin was detached from the body it could respond to light and change the shape of its chromatophores" And how did the scientists find that out, I wonder... ;/

  • Charishma R Rai
    Charishma R Rai4 dager siden

    That reveals that if they would have lived as long as us then they would be at our position 🤔

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    Taylor Bee4 dager siden

    Head theory they were the first things that the aliens tried experimenting with Therefore they are closest to the actual beings

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  • Undefind
    Undefind4 dager siden

    "How could a creature so far from us on the evolutionary tree evolve such complex behaviors?" Why, aside from the common extremely high ego/ethno-centrism humans exhibit, would it be assumed that the only way a creature can become complex, intelligent, and perhaps now or in time, sentient is to be human like?

  • Francisco Villa
    Francisco Villa4 dager siden


  • NoobDies
    NoobDies4 dager siden

    Octopusses running on ray tracing for survival is indeed peak evolution.

  • Al Boz
    Al Boz4 dager siden

    Anything based on Darwin's Theory is a joke.

  • joliekae
    joliekae4 dager siden

    No such thing as evolution.

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  • Noah Cleveland
    Noah Cleveland4 dager siden

    And they taste grrrrreat!

  • Paul
    Paul4 dager siden

    @real Science - Thanks for this video, one of the best videos I've seen in a long time. Well done. Subscribed.

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  • Saif Abid
    Saif Abid4 dager siden

    Ill not be surprised if one day i woke up and i see all over the news, octopuses speaking fluent french and paying taxes.

  • wolfie498
    wolfie4984 dager siden


  • Micah Bratt
    Micah Bratt4 dager siden

    How is it even possible for it to know how to change for it to look like it’s surroundings?! Amazing!

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    CrozP15 dager siden

    I was gonna subscribe but then you called my great grandpa a lizard.

  • Maria Magdalena Gonzalez
    Maria Magdalena Gonzalez5 dager siden

    My Favorite Animal, Beautiful!

  • Michelle
    Michelle5 dager siden

    in other words every thing has its own frequency even colours in light so tere the octopus responds to frequency and is able to copy to camouflage.

  • mihamsims
    mihamsims5 dager siden

    "And Allah has created every animal from water: of them there are some that creep on their bellies; some that walk on two legs; and some that walk on four. Allah creates what He wills for verily Allah has power over all things." - 24:45

  • Saab_lyfe190
    Saab_lyfe1905 dager siden

    ImO, the octopus has socially evolved from itself. Every tentacle thinks and learns on it's own by feel, smell and taste, then it makes it's decision without discussing with the central brain. Who's to say that the tentacles communicating and learning from each other is the association you speak of.? The tentacles are always together and they continually interact with each other. To us, they seem to be loners but in his world, he has 8 friends with him at all times.

  • Saab_lyfe190
    Saab_lyfe1905 dager siden

    Who else blinked @6:07? Lol

  • anthony mpho
    anthony mpho5 dager siden

    The voice is annoying

  • Rick Anthony
    Rick Anthony5 dager siden

    And the Cambrian period turns the tree of life upside down. If they need a transition they'll make one up, picture painting, tooth, combining skull and jaw, changing hip bones.

  • corrine taylor
    corrine taylor5 dager siden

    aint we humans so inteligent, who knows, maybe in another 1000yrs we would be able to make it passed the moon..hmmm , thats if we havent destroyed earth by then ... FFS

  • Tom Stoll
    Tom Stoll5 dager siden

    Think about how amazing octopuses are and how wonderful it is that we have discovered so much about them. Then think about how awesome God is to design all of this for us to learn.

  • Mike Davis
    Mike Davis5 dager siden

    I think the narrator is on the verge of yelling the whole time it's kind of off putting lol

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  • Ken Reeve
    Ken Reeve5 dager siden

    why why the stupid continuous noise on this good program

  • Ravi Singh
    Ravi Singh5 dager siden

    Octopus going to be making coconut Palace

  • firecloud77
    firecloud775 dager siden

    It *EVOLVED* these amazing abilities through the accumulation of tiny code copying errors? Yeah, uh huh, right. Tell us another fairytale.

  • D - Ko
    D - Ko5 dager siden

    Octopus is so yummy in barbecue

  • Sahra Cresshull
    Sahra Cresshull5 dager siden

    Amazing! Love this

  • Buu Buddha
    Buu Buddha5 dager siden

    Stop eating them

  • EnderCreep72


    5 dager siden


  • Polvonatico polvonatico
    Polvonatico polvonatico5 dager siden

    Nice!! If you can follow me on Instagram @polvonatico !!

  • Lil' Sava Lava
    Lil' Sava Lava5 dager siden

    Wait wait wait so what I'm getting out of this is that squids and cuttlefish are to the octopus what orangutans and chimps/bonobos are to us? I have always loved our many-legged cousins, this was an amazing video 😍

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  • yiuglo K
    yiuglo K6 dager siden

    They didn't evolve, they were created by God. Just like the iPhone 12 didn't evolve from the iPhone 5... Someone made it

  • Tiyan Newman
    Tiyan Newman6 dager siden

    Evolution is such a joke lol. Amazing how some people think intelligent design comes from chaos smh. I'm glad I'm able to critically think, it makes debunking evolution that much easier

  • EnderCreep72


    4 dager siden

    @Tiyan Newman I can agree with you on something, but I'll talk about that when we get there. I can see what you're trying to say with the swimmer analogy, but it's far off- I'll have to preface this with saying, of course science can't tell us everything right here right now, but as we've seen in the past, it can only get better over time. What you're assuming with the analogy is that we know exactly how long the Earth will exist. We don't know. As long as the swimmer is still swimming, we don't know how long we will exist, or when the Earth stops existing. With radiometric dating, we are trying to FIND that start point. (Ignoring the factor of distance in your analogy, it's irrelevant,) We can say "the pool ends at this point. We know it is most likely this old, unless there is more pool we haven't discovered before that point, or our observations are wrong (we would hope not). And we only have a rough estimate as to when the pool ends." Even if God didn't create every single thing, you did say that God has created processes that can maintain themselves. Now this is where I can see you come from. Why do these fundamental processes work the way they do? Hell if I know. Scientists probably have an idea, maybe they don't. But that's not my kind of business to dive into right here. I say it IS indeed possible that a designer could have made fundamental forces, because right now your guess is as good as mine. (Side note, I would like to consider agnostic atheism as the one true atheism, but I know there's guys out there who just want to make sure God doesn't exist.) And I agree with a bit on what you say on evolution. Evolution is really endless shots in the dark, but that's why we think it works with these massive spans of time. But also, there is life that can sustain with itself. In the evolution theory, the very first lifeforms didn't need oxygen. But when they started pumping oxygen outside, there were organisms that specialized in using oxygen, which allowed growth for all sides. I think it really boils down to how old you think the Earth is. If you think Earth is extremely old, evolution works. Otherwise, it doesn't. Both COULD work if God created fundamental forces, only ONE could work if God created everything, and only ONE could work if God created (almost) nothing Also, i really don't think you can put a number on the likelihood on life. I believe there is non-earthly life out there. You could call it faith, but maybe the Earth is a challenge to whether we could actually be the only life. I'm starting to see where you're getting at with parts of your argument (i hope, at least). And I'm also willing to believe that there CAN both be a god AND an ancient universe, but only time can tell if you ask me.

  • Tiyan Newman

    Tiyan Newman

    4 dager siden

    @EnderCreep72 if radiometric dating isn't as applicable then in a sense it's kind of useless, isn't it? For example, picture a swimmer competing in a 1,500 meter race and an observer with an accurate wristwatch. We note that at the instant the swimmer touches the end of the pool our wristwatch reads 8:53 and 41 seconds. How long has the competitor taken to swim the race? You'll realize the only way for you to figure this out is by knowing the start time on the wristwatch when the race started. Understand this when you're working out the age of something. Even knowing the start time isn't enough. You have to observe to know how many laps they swam so you know that they have done 1,500 meters. Then u have to make sure they're touching the end of the pool for each lap. Without such an observation, it's impossible to know the information you've collected is valid. I understand what you're saying about natural laws. What I'm getting at is nothing is natural without the creator. God has created an environment that supports his creation: Life. What makes it so miraculous is that he doesn't need to keep attending to it because he created an environment where his creation will operate on its own or naturally. The sun is in the perfect spot to not burn us. Gives us light during the day. Moon for at night. Sun and rain to grow the trees and plants. Trees to clean the air the creatures need to breathe. Trees to bring forth fruits and plants to bring forth herbs. Fruits and herbs that prolong life and cure and fight diseases and solve hunger. Animals and people need this to survive. Not just for one century. So all of creation has reproductive organs to keep the cycle going on for thousands of years. I'd break down the anatomy but I think you see what I'm getting at. It's the perfect cycle and only works with a creator. Each of these rely so heavily on the other in order to sustain life. You remove ONE thing. It all dies. This is my defense for God. Evolution is a result of chaos with no sense of direction. This is like adding 350 songs to an mp3 player. The first song u add is at the very bottom up until the 350th (last) song which is at the very top. Atheists essentially believe once they tap "shuffle" that same order can reappear at some point as long as they keep tapping "shuffle". I'm saying "prove it!" They'd likely talk probability and numbers and mathematics that support their belief but it does nothing if I can't see what they're basing it off of. If they say 1 in 1,000,000. I'd like to know how they got to 1. Explaining it off isn't evidence or proof. It's just an idea that requires faith. If a man put a gun to your head after trying 999,999 times and said if it doesn't work I get to blow your head off. If it does I'll let u live and give you a billion dollars. Would you take that offer? Probably not.

  • EnderCreep72


    4 dager siden

    @Tiyan Newman Just to wrap up on the radiometric dating topic, there are multiple methods of dating the Earth. May I add though, there are some conditions in which many methods will not work. Scientists can *try* to apply methods to everything, but that means you have to take the results with a grain of salt. I wouldn't call it not reliable, would say it's not as applicable as you would think. To address the order topic, I can confidently say it's not true. Even the most fundamental physical and natural laws show you that order will come naturally. Here's a few examples, hear me out: If you know anything about polar molecules, polar molecules will seek to connect under physical forces, that's electromagnetism. It's what makes water good at cohesion and adhesion, fundamental to life. If you understand how pressure works, we know that a closed system will try to create equal pressure throughout. Eukaryotic cells are specialized in having a cell membrane that can regulate pressure. Would you believe me if i said some of the oldest rocks were over 4 billion years old? And I hope you know that these rocks can tell you about the conditions they were formed in, regardless of age. Rocks tell us geologic history. If you really think radiometric dating is that bad, then I would gladly listen as to what makes these commonly used methods unreliable. And before you say anything about the scientists behind the experiments, I doubt that any person who wants to pursue the truth would hide any evidence of a factually proven God. If scientists ever made a scientific theory for God, I would be all in for considering it truth. And may I add that you haven't said anything in defense for a God and creationist world?

  • Tiyan Newman

    Tiyan Newman

    4 dager siden

    @EnderCreep72 Fossils I would explain as a creature that has died many years ago. Radiometric dating has been proven to not be a liable source of information since it give different answers each time. For instance, two scientists testing the same fossil with their dating system would receive two different answers. Then u might say something along the lines of "but they're still within range of each other." This isn't always the case. The dating system provides answers all over and the ones that best fit the theory is what gets reported. This is why it doesn't work. Order always has a creator because it would be chaos without it. Chaos doesn't promote order since the very definition of chaos is disorder. So whenever there is order it's formed under a controlled environment where there is a creator. You saying a scientist created synthetic life only proves my point. Which is a form of intelligence must be present to have order. If you say this has happened before I'm going to require proof. Not ones interpretation on what they think happened. This is why I say evolution requires faith because it relies on the philosophies of men

  • EnderCreep72


    4 dager siden

    @Tiyan Newman How would you explain fossils and radiometric dating? We know fossils exist. We find them all the time. We know radiometric dating is right. Because we observed the processes that are used in radiometric dating. We know that different eras of Earth history can be observed in rock layers. So how do you justify different fossils having some sort of relation while being in different eras of Earth's history. Just because we can't observe evolution doesn't mean we can't observe it's causes and effects. The very fact that us humans don't have the exact same DNA down to the nucleotide could also be evidence for evolution. The assumption that order needs a creator is a really unsupported one. There have been times where scientists have made a sort of "synthetic life" in a laboratory while recreating the environment conditions of ancient Earth. And if your rebuttal is that humans had to create these conditions, know that it wasn't the first times those conditions had happened on Earth, unless you are a creationist (which is a whole seperate discussion). So using analogies of man-made creation to justify nature is not valid.

    E.PLUMBUS UNUM6 dager siden

    I want to know where the "evolution" of the octopus has been preserved in the fossil record. Where are all the transitional forms that prove they evolved from something else? Who was around to record all this as they "evolved"? And why haven't humans "evolved" the ability to change the color of their skin like the octopus? Wow, just think, no more racial prejudice; we could all change our complexion to suit any situation. Evolution, right? Do people ever listen to just how stupid they really sound parroting what all the other non-thinkers postulate? BTW, I wonder how long it be before You Tube censors out free-thinking opinions like mine so the brainwashed sheeple of the world can continue being brainwashed with dogmatic pseudo-science?

  • Asa Lee
    Asa Lee6 dager siden

    Fools. It was deliberately designed by God. It did not evolve

  • VerminP Crock
    VerminP Crock6 dager siden

    2:40, lots of words about evolution, few about the supposed subject of the video. Is the a exposition on the octopus or a pitch for *science*? .....finally! some facts about the animal. 9:58, the actual title of this piece revealed! 11:03, intelligence is an activity, not a property of a person, intelligence is gathered only when input data is separated from noise and interpreted as usable information....16:15, politics now? i came to hear about octopuses! 17:40, not discussing random-walk monte carlo or even statistical interpretation of evolution, but giving it credit for deliberately creating a test and then selecting those that passed 18:20, worship of evolution as a creator god. I guess i have find my own octopus to learn anything.

  • VerminP Crock
    VerminP Crock6 dager siden

    took you a whole minute to get the E word in there.....sigh

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  • Student
    Student6 dager siden

    They're Alien pets that got out from their UFO ship 👽👾🛸

  • Kerry Walker
    Kerry Walker6 dager siden

    I've always been fascinated by these amazing creatures.. great job.. check out my work, The Dawn of Intelligence by Kerry Craig Walker.. free online to everyone 💕

  • Michael M
    Michael M6 dager siden

    Wow! Absolutely fascinating video! Great job!

  • John Sikes
    John Sikes6 dager siden

    What possible difference does it make how far something is from us genetically as far as intelligence?