Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Octopus and Canada Geese

Hello everyone!  The video I have chosen for this post is a short, 3 minute, fascinating video!  It is about octopus intelligence.  As many of you know, I love animals and am fascinated by nature and found this video quite amazing.  Hope you all enjoy it.


The photo I am sharing in this post is one that I took on my walk on Saturday, a few days ago.  I was happy to have come across a pair of Canada geese.  You just need to click on the image to see a larger view.

Quotation:  Gentleness corrects whatever is offensive in our manner. - Hugh Blair

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18 comments:

  1. Such a lovely video. We have so many geese here in Helsinki in Finland. Thousands of them...

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  2. Une jolie vidéo et une autre bien belle photo...
    gros bisous

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  3. oooh, i actually don't know much about octopuses, so this was an intriguing and illuminating video for me. all your videos are so enlightening :D by the way, looking at the photo of the geese, i realized that i can't tell the difference between ducks and geese. they look so similar! :D

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  4. Octopus are amazing! Did you know they have three hearts, they can learn things, and are very smart.

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  5. I had no idea about Octopi so thank you. I like the picture of the Canada Geese too. Glad I sopped by here.

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  6. How wonderful nature can be, what a fantastic creature.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  7. Octopus are really smart. Thanks for this video and for the lovely geese.

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  8. I've heard of the intelligence of Octopi. It's fascinating to witness such creatures because they look so alien yet are so amazingly intelligent.

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  9. Hi Linda; lovely to find another Canadian blogger. I folled with Bloglovin. Enjoyed your videos and photos.
    Joy

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  10. Very interesting video . . . thanks for sharing :)

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  11. I did prefer the geese, I must say. Too many ghastly tales of octopi in my youth, I think.

    I like your quotes...though I'd find it hard to live up to them!

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  12. Funny thing, we do have Canada geese here in Sweden where I live! They are cute, I like them. However octupuses I am not so very fond of, those many arms......
    Agneta

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  13. Hi Linda, thank you for the interesting video of the octopuses. I enjoyed it very much, amazing. Beautiful picture of the geese, they are so lovely.

    Best regards.

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  14. I think Octopus are creepy in that I would not want to encounter one in the ocean. However, this was a very, very interesting video and gives me respect for them and praise for God who created them!

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  15. Well, now I know what that girl meant back in high school when we went out on a date. She said, "Stop! You're like an octopus!"

    Just kidding...but they are fascinating creatures!

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  16. Wonderful, Linda !
    Lie(f)s.

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