Hit enter after type your search item

Did you know octopuses change colors in their sleep? At least scientists believe that is because they are dreaming . In the documentary Octopus: Making Contact by PBS, the marine biologist David Scheel of Alaska Pacific University, presents an incredible footage of a sleeping octopus changing color while dreaming .

The dreaming octopus from the footage, changes color while she is sleeping. Since we know that octopuses uses their amazing color-changing ability for camouflage based on what they are seeing, it has been suggested that the octopus Hiedi changed her colors while resting based on real-life encounters.

Dreaming Octopus

Also it has been suggested that could be a similar reaction as REM ( Rapid Eye Movement sleep) which is a unique phase of seep mainly found in mammals and birds, distinguishable by random/rapid movement of the eyes.

As expected the footage had became viral on Twitter and other social media platforms.

Dreaming octopus on twitter

This div height required for enabling the sticky sidebar