Mimic Octopus in Shooting Wildlife Exhibition


Mimic Octopus Some of my photographs were recently selected to appear in the World Land Trust gallery exhibition – Shooting Wildlife

This includes the image of a mimic octopus off Negros island in the Philippines. The World Land Trust supported the purchase of the nearby Danjugan Island, a tropical paradise which I was lucky enough to visit in 2010.

The mimic octopus is well known for its ability to ‘mimic’ other organisms, such as flatfish and even sea snakes.

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About Toby Gibson

Toby Gibson is a conservationist, marine biologist and photographer, with a degree in Aquatic Biology and a master's degree in Biological Photography. Toby has worked as website manager for international conservation charity World Land Trust.