This 30 October 2018 video says about itself:
1,000 ‘Octo-Moms’ in World’s Largest Octopus Garden | Nat Geo Wild
Scientists have discovered the largest known aggregation of deep-sea octopuses. Approximately 1,000 octopuses were observed off California; nearly all appeared to be brooding.
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