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INDONESIAN MIMIC OCTOPUS - Thaumoctopus mimicus

13x18cm, A4, 50x70cm

Striped aquatic creatures are usually venomous; a straighforward warning for predators not to approach! First sighted in 1992, this not at all poisonous octopus uses wit over poison. It has learned to imitate the colours, shapes and the behaviour of a diverse range of deadly animals. Evaluating its given environment, depth in water and possible predators, it will choose the most apt act as defence.

Signed, archival quality, giclée artprint based on a original hand drawing, on natural white Canson paper

Signed, archival quality, giclée artprint based on a original hand drawing, on natural white Canson paper

made in Budapest, E.U.
 
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