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The dark red color and looming posture of this Octopus tetricus likely signals menace to another octopus nearby, say scientists who studied 186 octopus interactions in 52 hours of underwater video. David Scheel/Current Biology hide caption

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Shifting Colors Of An Octopus May Hint At A Rich, Nasty Social Life

When the gloomy octopus of Australia turns dark and towers threateningly over his neighbor, he's likely signaling aggression, scientists now say. Neighbors get the message — they turn pale and flee.

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FBI Releases Aerial Surveillance Video Of Refuge Occupier's Death

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Sinister September Malevolence
Nobody Noticed the Fire September Malevolence
Invention in C Minor Richard Joo

A Shiite militia fighter stands in front of a damaged building in Tikrit, Iraq, in April, just days after Islamic State fighters were driven out. Many of the city's Sunni residents have now returned, but the armed Shiite groups remain. For now, the Sunnis and Shiites are mostly getting along. MOHAMMED SAWAF/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Fragile Peace Of An Iraqi City Once Run By ISIS

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Taksim Cello I Emad Ashour
Amir ElSaffar Khosh Reng (Maqam Awj)

Defense Secretary Ash Carter leaves a news conference at the Pentagon on Thursday. In an interview with NPR, Carter said a top priority was to drive the Islamic State out of its headquarters in Raqqa, Syria, and from Mosul, Iraq, that country's second largest city. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Defense Secretary Carter: 'We Need To Accelerate The Defeat Of ISIL'

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Speaker Breaker Ray Barbee & The Mattson 2
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Bold as Love The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Pali Gap Jimi Hendrix

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How Do Voters Really Feel This Election? We Asked

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You And I Change Like Seasons Codes In The Clouds
Where Dirt Meets Water Codes In The Clouds

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22 Hillary Clinton Emails Dubbed Top Secret

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Zika-Linked Brain Damage In Infants May Be 'Tip Of The Iceberg'

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Shifting Colors Of An Octopus May Hint At A Rich, Nasty Social Life

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Octopus's Garden The Beatles
All Time High Rita Coolidge
Open Season Orgone

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Amid A Lost Love, A Son And Father Finally Speak The Secret Between Them

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