Octopus caught lurking inside of a shell
Feeling shy? An pair of octopuses were caught hiding in a discarded shell.
The eight-legged molluscs were spotted on two separate dives in Indonesia by retired software designer Paul Rosenblum.
The 52-year-old, from California, says octopus love hiding in shells and usually prefer coconut husks.
He said: “If you spot an octopus and offer it a shell, depending on its living situation and mood, it may take it and move from its old container to your offered shell.
“But you better bring a good shell — they’re picky.
“If they don’t like what you’ve offered, they may toss it aside and stay hunkered down in their current dwelling.”