The mimic octopus is, frankly, incredible. It can alter its shape, texture, and color to match poisonous and colorful sea creatures so accurately that it eluded detection by marine biologists for decades. It was finally discovered and scientifically named Thaumoctopus mimicus in 1998.

Now, evolutionists have undertaken the challenging task of trying to explain how these extraordinary cephalopods “evolved.” They examined some DNA sequences in the Indonesian mimic octopus, which is able to rapidly morph into lifelike simulations of more than 15 distinct and dissimilar sea creatures at will.

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