The Rolling in the Deep series continues with an in-depth look at the critters of Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. In this episode, you’ll see creatures that will blow your mind. Have you ever seen the infamous blue-ringed octopus? This tiny octopus, the size of a thumb, is one of the most deadly creatures on the planet — one bite from this little guy can kill more than 20 people. The creatures in Milne Bay will astonish even scuba veterans. We hope you enjoy the lovely textures and detail of all the creatures in this magical destination.
Rolling in the Deep – Milne Bay
This tiny octopus, the size of a thumb, is one of the most deadly creatures on the planet.
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