Sea Cats (Octopus sp.) can be seen throughout the marine environment in Barbados. They come out of their lairs where they take full advantage of making meals of passing fish, snails and crustaceans.
Their defense mechanism is such that when they sense danger, they release clouds of blue-black ink that are released from ink glands which are connected to their guts.
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